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INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



Abby J. (John Bailey) 

Abner (M. A. Wilson) 

Abraham (Esther Fisher, 

Marv Dyer) 

(Ruth Hayr) 

(Hannah Norman) . 



(- 



Berdan) 



(Susannah Albright) 

(Elizabeth Ellis)... 

Broadhead (1830-) 

Abram (Rachel Sharpe) 

" (Maria Van Steen- 

berg) 

Ada Bell (1857-) 

Adam (Marion Child) 

Adelaide (1831-1832) 

Adonis Crary (1862-) 

Adriaan (Catharine Louw) . . . 

Adrian (Sarah Randell) 

" (I794-) 



" G. (Mary B. Yates). . 

Agnes 

" Farrar (1865-) 

Alasco (1837-38) 

Albert H., Rev. (L. W. Ly- 
man) 1 

" L 

Alburtis 

Alexander (Volunteer) 

H. (1839-) 

Alfred, M.D. (Helen K. Cris- 
pin) 

H. (Amanda Jarrett) . 

Alice Almira (1856-80) 

" L. (Chas. Rockwell).... 

P. (Cyrus Gates) 

Alida (Jonathan Eights) 



N? 

949 

1058 

52 
366 

43i 
43 6 
443 
540 

545 
786 

1458 
176 

288 
1321 

359 
621 

1344 
1526 

63 

154 

455 

703 

1192 

1108 
1560 
1347 

257A 
1766 
626 
1820 
1462 

767 
1602 

1315 

!3 X 9 

794 

421 



Alida (John P. Kimble) 

" (Henry Schoonmaker) . 

" (John Hover) 

" (James C. Ferris) 

" C. (Garret N. Abeel) . . . 

11 E. (Abram Sible) 

" M. (i860-) 

Allen W 

Almira (1803-) 

" A. (1831-) 

Alonzo (Catharine Miller) .... 
" I. (Phcebe Heermans) 

Alvah K. (Ettie Aldrich) 

Alwina V. L. (1884-) 

Angeline (1866-) 

Anna, Anne, Annie. 

Antje (Johannes Swart) 

Anne (Isaac Van Metre) 

1 ' (Christopher Tappen) . . 

" (1743-44) 

" (Christian Meyer) 

Anna (1733-) 

Anne (Philip Swartwout).. . . 
" (B. Wynkoop 444) .... 

" (Wm. Fiero) 

" (James Raguet) 

" (1808-) 

" (1775-1849) 

" (m.) 

" (John F. Schoonmaker) 

" (Peter I. Hotaling) 

' ' (Abraham Turck) 

' ' (Isaac Van Cleve) 

" (1810-) 

" (1799-), "Annatje".. . 

Anna (1852-) 

Anne (181 7-), "Annetje". . . 

Annie 



Anne (John Bennet) 
Annie Blaker (1860-79) 



N° 

553 
562 

568 

760 

602 

1 339 
1638 

597 

778 

768 
631 

777 

x 5i9 

1404 

1608 

34 

43 
107 

*34 

x 35 
171 
302 

337 
353 
39 1 
414 
429 

449 
530 
544 

565 
638 
781 

9*3 

969 

1001 
1024 

1744 
1787 
1582 



VI 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Anne Eliza (Lansing Beebe) . . 978 
Anna Elizabeth (Rev. W. R. 

Terry) 508 

" (John N.Wood) 1310 
" G. (Dr. Anson Du 

Bois) 813 

" J. (J. M. McNiel) 845 

Annie M. (C. Van Vranken). . 632 
Anna Maria (Samuel Hawley) 454 

(1802—02) 651 

" (N. I. Rubink- 

ham) 688 

" (T. I. Atwood).. 1 2 19 
" (J. H. B. War- 
field) 1230 

" (1833-) 1467 

" May (1869-1884) 1502 

Anne Raguet (1813-53) 731 

Anna Roosa (Derrick C. 872). 846 
" S. (H. H. Schoon- 

maker) 209 

" Strong (1880—) 1402 

' ' Yerkes (1871-) I2 57 D 

Annetta (183 5-) 1460 

Anthony R. (Ellen D. Jansen) 480 
Archimedes Burr (18 12-).. . . 782 
Arriaantje (17 61-18 2 6), "Ar- 
ietta" 512 

Arthur (1839-41) 1348 

Asa (1838-) 990 

" Rev. (1863-) 1500 

Asenath (1829—32) 1004 

Augusta Howell (1858-) 1600 

Augustus (A. M. Silvester). . 213 
(Anna Whiting) ... 474 

B. (1847-50) 1273 

T. (1878-) 1401 

W. (M. L. Talcott) 834 
Avery (i860-) 1522 

Beatrice J 745 A 

Benjamin (Phoebe Van der 

Heul) 8 

(Eunice Burr) 53 

(Catharine Boel) . . 169 

(S.W.Sims) 175 

(Grissel Frost) 178 

(1791— 1821) 290 

(1778-1789) 430 

(Hannah 337) 444 

(1763-) 527 

Booth (18^3-) 1330 

J. (M. E. Osborne). 1282 
N. (R. W. Monge). 765 

" (1869-) 1625c 

Bertha S. (Rev. E. D. Hardin) 1702 
Brace (1883-) I 7 2 3 



Bradley (Margaret Harbon, 

Edith Havton).. . . 

Bridget (W. H. Hall) 



N? 



10 



635 
6 



Caroline (Thomas Waugh).. . 356 

(E. S. Terry) 623 

(John Divine) 691 

(1844-54) 1139 

Belle (1861-) 1475 

L. (1859-) 976 

Maud (1853-) 1406 

Slade 1700 

Cassius M. C. (M. E. Robin- 
son) 1534 

Catharine (167 1— ) 7 

14 
33 
54 
61 
90 
100 
106 

I3 1 



1671-) 

17 01 -) 

Johannes Decker) 

1707-) 

Lucas Elmendorf) 

1726— 1746) 

Matthew Persen). 
Joseph Gasherie) . 
Benjamin Post) . . 

I7.57-) : J 4o 

Gideon Wellis) ... 179 
Jonathan Has- 

brouck) 207 

1788-1862) 289 

1762-) 3°7 

I77I-77) 3i8 

James Purdv).. . . 357 

" 4i5 

Lawrence Van 

Dyck) 452 

1764-) 5 1 3 

Martin Van der 

Ker) 541 

John Newell) 639 

tames B. McNair) 684 

1857-63) 840 

1786-96) 885 

1864-) _ 1035 

Elba Hopkins) ... 1059 

1149 

1852-) 1314 

1863-69) 1334 

d. in infancy) .... 1605 

Zelotes Watson) . . 1804 

1783-) "••■•• l8 °5 

Anne (1804-1805). 893 

B. (J. M. Keese).. 476 

C. (H.S. Forward). 1579 

E. (1809-32) 1444 

L. (A. T. Vansant) . 1 1 6 1 

" (1869-) 1257c 

" (W. S. Buck- 
man) ^89 

R. (1845-50) 1272 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



Vll 



N.° 

Catharine S. (1834-41) 1430 

" (1831-) 1811 

V. (1825-1887).... 810 

" (H. C. Wylie).. 1584 

Cecilia (R. E. Bailey) x 349 

" B. (A. G. Hammond). 1306 

Charity M. (1862-) 1531 

Charles (S. A. Buchanan) .... 640 

(Mary Magee) 679 

(d. in infancy) 940 

A. (1850-51) 637 

B. (1881-) 1403 

" S. (i876 T ) 1257F 

S. (C. Carmichael) . . . 1222 

T. (1862-) 1510 

" W. (1871-) 1610 

W. (1889-) 1728 

Charlotte (1832-1838) 855 

(Charles Smith). . . 181 2 

R. (Executrix) .... 1506 

Christina (J. E. De Lamater) 12 

(1738-1806) 105 

(Dr. Reading Beat- 
tie) 390 

Christopher E. (1847-) I 469 

L. (C. M. Wyc- 

koff) 686 

Clara A. (185 1-) I2 37 

" V. (D. D. Carter) 11 94 

Clarence M. (18 5 4-) I 637 

Claud B. (1873-) 879 

Cora ( Smith) 628 

Cornelia (Jan Van Dusen) ... 59 

(1730-31) 92 

(Matthew Ten Eyck) 93 
(Edward Schoon- 

maker) 103 

(1871-71) 264 

(Peter Elting) 265 

(John Kiersted) .... 351 
(Benjamin Harden- 

bergh) 518 

(E. P. Schoonmaker) 570 
(Samuel Griffin) .... 595 
(John H. Dewitt)... 898 
A. (Daniel J. Wat- 
kins) 783 

M. (1818-33) 1447 

" . '" (Moses Woolse.y). 1456 
Cornelius (Maria J. Lange- 

dyck) 1 

(Hendrika New- 
kirk) 9 

(Barbara M. Van 

Keuren) 28 

(Helena Vande- 

grift) 44 

(1699-1700) 50 



N.° 
Cornelius (Elizabeth Vander 

Spiegel) 51 

(Anne Schoon- 
maker) 114 

(1742: d. young).. . 133 

(1741-) 148 

(m.) 164 

(Abigail Osburne) . . 170 

(1775-) 2I 4 

(I73J-3 1 )--- 2 9 1 

(Alida Sharp) 350 

(b. and d. 1758). . . 363 

(Margaret Fulton) . 365 

(1762-) 368 

(1756: d. in inf.)... 416 

(Harriet Sparling) . 486 

(1761-) 526 

(Elizabeth Murray) 1785 

(Margaret A . ) . 1793 

(Hannah Thomas) . 1799 
(Hannah Brower) . . 1800 
(Helen Schoon- 
maker) 1809 

C, Capt. (M. C. 
Ruehl) 65 

" (1772-1808) 211 

D. (Leah Du Bois, 
Anna Gansevoort) 94 

" (1856-) 1407 

" (Harriet Pook, 
Mary A. Mil- 
ler) 1450 

E., Maj. (C. Man- 

cius) 295 

" (A. Hardenbergh) 896 
" (M. F.Walker).. 1703 
" |. (Mary Forsey)... 419 

P. (M. M. Cruik- 

shank) 479 

" (1832-) 989 

Curtis 1090 

Cynthia (182 1— ) 926 

Daniel 643 

" W. (C. M. Schenck).. . 1580 
David (Anne McNair, Mary 

Van Hoorn) 374 

(Susan Wood) 532 

(Emma Morgan) 646 

(Jane McCune) 668 

(i797-) 9 12 

(M. J. Fulwider) 1062 

(Margaret Montgom- 
ery) 1 145 

(Elizabeth Farley) .... 1 146 

(b. and d. 1844) n57 

(Sarah A. Hoover) ... 1760 

A 1131 



VI 11 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 

David Eli (i860 -) 1525 

McL. (M. A. Dollv). . 1765 

Samuel (1 863-). /... . 1532 

Deborah ( 1 741-) 127 

(1768-) 310 

L. (Ferdinand Mc- 

Duffee) 1338 

Decola (1789-) 352 

Delia (1818-88) 592 

" (1819-) 785 

" (Patrick McCormack) . . 795 

" A. (H. S. Bridgeman) . . 1318 
Derrick, Dirck, Dirrick. 

Derrick (Gertrude Kool) 13 

(See Judge Dirck) ... 292 
"Dirrick" (b. and d. 

1775) 5i5 

(b. and d. 1792) 888 

C. (Elizabeth Spar- 

ling) 258 

" (Celinda Crispell, 
Elizabeth Hotch- 

kiss) 492 

" (Anna R. 846).... 872 

D. (Sarah Eltinge, 
Anna Eltinge) .... 96 

Dinah Hardenbergh (1807—). 1443 

Maria (1789-1841).. . . 897 

Dirck, Judge (Tjaatje 102, 

Sarah Smedes) 292 

Don Alonzo (A. C. Coulehan). 1307 

" Walter (1881-98) 13.07 

Dorothy Lyman (1898-) 1618A 

Dyer Sharpe (Lieut, of Mar- 
ines) 435 

Edith Shaw ^99 

Edward 1063 

" Donaldson (1812-30). 727 

Estill (1862-) 1606 

J., M.D. (Florence 

Niver) 1387 

Maginnis (1858-59) . . 1685 

Reading (1875-) 1257E 

«' W., Col. (Louisa 

Brown) 1224 

Edwin V. (i860-) J333 

Egbert H. (Agnes G. William- 
son, Mary L. Gregory) *495 

Eleanor (Fernandus Van 

Sicler) 161 

(Christopher Xew- 

kirk) 489 

(Isaac W. Lansing, 

Benjamin Hess). . . 538 

" E. (1844-52) 874 

E. E. (John M. 
Schoonmaker) .... 995 



Eleanora Augusta (1869-) . . . 
Elias (Wynet Marriston) .... 
Eliza (1743 : d. in inf.) 

" (I745-) 

" (1764-) 

4 ' (W illiam King) 

" (b. and d. 1809) 

" A. (Morris Underwood) . 

" C. (Joel Burhans) 

" K. (Dr. Elbert S. Por- 
ter) 

" R. (William Martin)... 
Elizabeth (Jacob Ten Broeck) 
(Philip Du Mon)... 
(Benjamin De 

Meyer) 

Elizabeth (Richard Van Sic- 
ler) 

(Jacob Hicks) 

(Stephen Rose) .... 

( Lucas) 

(Garret A. Lan- 
sing) 

(1759-1836) 

(b. about 1780).. . . 

(1777-) 

(John P. Sax) 

(b. about 1830).. . . 

(1795-1815) 

(Elias Gilkvson).. . 

(1798-)...: 

(d. aged 17) 

(Riley Bartholo- 
mew) 

(Daniel Grav) 

(1848-)....: 

(b. about 18 1 2). . . . 

(Ephraim Cook) . . . 

(Peter Hagle) . 

(Aaron Harris. 
Ebenezer Dixon) 



(1863-) 

(Charles J. Traver). 

( Owens) 

(J abez Munson) . . . 

A. (Staats Cheese- 
borough, Henrv 
Fisk)...' 

Cowenhoven ( 1 7 8 1— ) 

Elmendorf (1S53- 

93) 

Hicks (1821-24). . . 
H. (Stuyvesant F. 

Morris) 

Idel (1866-) 



N? 
1561 

1795 
128 
129 
308 

587 

894 

1048 

1003 

807 

670 

10 

5& 
108 

160 
210 

377 
378 

4i7 
422 

437 

-TO 

567 
598 
622 
649 
656 
674 
706 

759 

789 
837 
919 

963 
985 

1051 

IIIO 

1127 
1170 

1504 

1777 
1828 



856 

401 



S39 
478 



1481 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



IX 



N? 

Elizabeth Miller ( 1 8 5 7-) 1372 

R. (Charles Mc- 

Nair) 683 

S. (Lucias T. Dun- 
ham) 636 

" (1868-) 1489 

T. (Christopher 

Thompson) 1 1 3 5 

T. (George Luff)... 1583 
V. (William Knight) 1791 

Elisha (b. 1766 or 1758) 309 

Ella (1867-) 1577 

" M. (1856-) 1331 

" May (F. I. Ramsay)... .1625A 

" O. (Oliver Langmate) .. . 1528 

Ellen K. (Samuel T. Buckman) 1 1 5 5 

Ellie 1742 

Ely M. (1814-41) 1044 

Emeline (Gould Birdseye) ... 633 

(1848-52) 967 

E. (William Patter- . 

son) 1 166 

Emily 1117 

(Dr. Thomas Kemp- 
ton, Col. William 

Brindle) 1220 

(1864) 1607 

Snyder ( 1 864-) 1588 

Thompson (1849-).. • • 843 

Emma (James J. Clark) 1432 

(b. and d. 1855) 1520 

(1849-) 1524 

Adella (i860-) 1 53° 

Georgiana (185 o— ) 1 3 1 3 

J. (Dr. C. E. Fritts)...i 3 84 

Encie J. (C. T. Gillett) 799 

Ephraim (b. and d. 1740) ... 97 

Esther (1871-74) 427 

" (b. about 1867: d. in 

inf.) 1386 

" Brown (1880-) I 73 2 

Eugene (b. and d. 1870) .... 1688 

Eunice ( Smedley) 180 

Eva Blaker 1585 

Evaert ' ' Wijnkooper " (Intro. , 

p. 2.) 
Everett H. (Maria Post) .... 550 
Evert (Gertrude Elmendorf, 

Antje Kiersted) 4 

Capt. (Arriaantje 

Schepmoes) 112 

(Sarah Decker) 124 

(Alida Mever) 132 

" (Maria Allen) 336 

(Penelope Border, Eli- 
zabeth Putnam) .... 539 
(Eunice V. Winne, Jane 

Barhight) 542 



N? 

Evert (1802-) 563 

" (b. about 1821) 594 

" (b. and d. 1833) 979 

" (Alida Russell) 987 

" (1885-) 1724 

" (Mary Newkirk) !796 

" C. (Rachel Harden- 

bergh) 517 

Flora (1857-) 1521 

Florence Parker (1858-64)... 1277 

Frances A. (Ai F. Reed) 1616 

C. (C. T. Redfield) . . 1367 

E 1624 

" (Frank A. Halsey) 1274 

J. (Joseph Paxson).. 1235 

S. (d. about 1 yr. old) 1698 

" T. (1867-) 1477 

" V 1390 

Francis (183 3-) 769 

1091 

(1879-) I2 57& 

(1849-74) 1304 

(1877-) !729 

Bruyn 139 1 

" C. (1863-) 1476 

E 1479 

G. (Catharine Grass- 
by) i33 6 

Murray (1 796-) 723 

M. (Anna Twiggs).. . 1218 

11 (1869-) 1609 

R. (1853-) 1275 

S. (Sarah F. Elmen- 
dorf) 475 

" (Rachel Van Vleck, 

Frances Van Vleck) 812 

Franklin (Emma Skinner).. . 743 a 

Frederick I. (1864—92) J 375 



Garrett (Nancy Van Hoorn) . 

(Sarah Martin) 

(Phcebe Arnold) 

(Julia A. Mountz) . . . 

(Phcebe Anderson) . . 
(See Gerardus, Gerret, Gerrit.) 
George (Eleanor S. Davis, 
Sarah C. Dumond) . 

(frontispiece) 

Lieut. Col. (Mary 

Traver) 

(1824-1867) 

(Marv A. Davis) 

" C. (Marv Walker) . . . 
" (Matilda McGill) .. 
" (1859-91: unm.)... 
" (1828-: m.) 



163 
381 
548 
710 

942 

1794 



491 
491 

1223 
1449 
1813 
725 
857 
1169 
1225 



X 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 

George C. (1847-) I2 3& 

" (Ellie Kellev) 1614 

" " (1874-)- ••• i74i 

H. (Emma J. Sche- 

linger) 1281 

" J. (1848-49) 875 

P. (1765: d. in inf.)-- 208 

" (Mary Goodwin) . . 596 

R. (b. about 1869).. . 1701 

S. (Mary M. Callum). 666 

" 1116 

Gerardus (Elizabeth Bennet) 153 

(1787-1871) 645 

(b. about 1797 : d. 

in inf.) 660 

(Xancv Farrell).... 667 

(Matilda McNair).. 682 

(1840-) 1061 

1118 

H. (Anne E. Wood- 

burv) 1152 

M.(HelenH. Potts). 1578 

Gerret (Hilletje Fokker) 5 

Gerretje A. (1801-1863) 487 

Gerrit (Susannah Van Vliet) . 4 g 

" (I736-) 146 

" (Anne Strickland). ... ^72 

" (1789-) 404 

(1802-62) 412 

" (Annetje Meyer) 1802 

Gershom (Martha McFarlin) . 446 

Gertrude (17 5 2-183 7) II]C 

(1781-1787) 260 

(David Colden, 

Alexander Colden) 263 

(1809-67) 1815 

M. (1788-) 262 

S. (1881-) 881 

Gillett (1865-) 1 50 1 

Grace (1874-) 880 

Grietje (Margaret) (169;-).. 31 

Grissel ( Hurd) 448 

" i34i 

Guy (1841-64) (Volunteer).. 1316 

Hannah (Christian Meyer).. . 135 

(Benjamin 444) 337 

(Judge Henry 552)... 569 
(William Carson, 

Jun.) 941 

1126 

E. (1832-) 933 

" J. (Ebenezer Pierce) 798 

Hannah M. (1849-) 97^ 

" (Paul H. Gara- 

bedian) 1284 

Hardenbergh (Sarah M. 

Krom) 481 



X? 
Harriet, "Arriaantje" (1761- 

1826) 512 

(Alfred Frye) 775 

(1790-91) 887 

Oliver Dunning .... 889 

(Henry Wells) 937 

(Lewis Grant) 1601 

A. (Martin E. Hen- 
dricks) 1002 

B. ( Quick) 1 159 

C. (Henry J. Hall).. 1309 

G. (1786— 1812) 442 

Louise (1858-60) . . . 1473 

(Chas. S. 

Farrar). . . 1301 
Harrison H. (Mary E. Morti- 
mer) 1 571 

Harvey H. (Caroline Haynes) 506 
Helen (Samuel H. Leidy, 

John Van Ornam) . . 1345 

1775 

Augusta 1276 

Broadhead (1828-). . . 1457 

Campbell (183 5-) 1229 

M. (Wm. W. Everett). 1302 

W. (Wm. A. Garden).. 1278 

Helena (David Fulton, Sen.). 149 
(Rev. Jonathan Du 

Bois)~. 156 

Helleka (1730-) 152 

Hendric (1686) (Intro, p. 7.) 

Hendrikus (1741-46) 98 

Henrietta (Dr. Henry Van 

Solingen) 212 

(1795-1842) 408 

(1819-1901) 477 

(i860-) 841 

(Barend Ten Eyck) 984 

Henry (Sarah Du Bois) 47 

(Judge) (Susannah 
Wanshaer, Maria 
Cummings, Sarah 

Newkirk) 157 

(1748-71) 165 

(Anne Loew) 317 

(Maria Hogeland, 

Henrietta Fetter) . . 410 

(1767: d. in inf.) 529 

" (I778-) 534 

(Judge) (Nelly Myn- 

dertse Hannah 569) ^52 

(Lvdia Cornell) 678 

(Elizabeth Estill, 

Catharine A. Snell) . 724 

" (1814-38) 732 

( 1 840-) (Volunteer) . . 948 

" (Anna J. Story) 994 

(Emily G. Nippes) ... 11 58 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XI 



Henry (or William) 

(M. E. Reinholdt) 

(Volunteer) 

C. (Margaret Harpool) 

D. (1830-) 

H. (1806-) 

J. (Volunteer) 

" (from Amsterdam) 

(Intro, p. 2.) 

L. (1850-) 

M. (Aelthra T. Kreider) 

X. (1848-) 

S. (Agnes Albrecht) . . 

T. (Beulah Clark) 

V. (1796: d. voung).. 
" W. (MarvC. Wilson). 

Hester C. (Richard Barroll).. 

Hettie Anne 

Hezekiah (Maria Davenport). 

(I738-) 

(Maria Merer) 

(Elizabeth Dede- 
rick) 

(Julia A. Turck)... 

(1816: d. in inf.).. 

(Leiza Huvck) .... 

A. (Hannah Low) . 

Horace M. (Olive L.Williams) 

Hubert S. (Sarah M. Za- 

briskie) 

Ida (1856-59) 

" C. (Giles Griffin) 

Ira A. (1837-53) 

Irving (1872-) 

Isaac (Rachel Van Cleve) .... 
(Rebecca Britton, Phoe- 
be Jones) 

" (Anne Winder) 

" (Rachel Hunt, Maria 

Scudder) 

(Hannah Hommel, 

Catharine Champlin) 

" (1882-87) 

< < 

" A." (i857-)-." •"•".". '.'.".'.'.■. 

" X. (Anne E. More)... . 

" W. (Mary A. Remvick). 

Isabel (Floyd B. Ennist) . . . . 

Isabella (Jonas W. Cole) 

Isabella F. (Samuel Cale) .... 

Houston (1851-) 

M. (Rev. Winthrop 

Bailev) 

T. Charles Beck 



X? 
1340 
1801 
1819 

!057 
93 2 
5 6 4 

1816 



!35 J 

1368 

1279 

836 

672 

45 6 
1125 

441 
1779 

39 
126 

136 

3i5 
566 
991 

993 
588 

939 

1687 

1497 

59i 

947 

1503 

3 6 4 

37i 
647 

652 

988 
1726 

i77i 
971 

9i7 

1045 

1493 
1226 

1136 

1329 

734 
1232 



Jacob (Margaret Bradt) 



Jacob (Hannah Cleaver) .... 151 
(Ellen Carhart) 547 



' ' (Volunteer) 

" R. (Blandina Dela- 

mater) 

" V. (1832-) 

Jacoba (Joseph Buskark) .... 
Jacobus (Jannetjen Bogardus) 
(Alida K. Myers) . . . 
(Janneke Ooster- 

hout) 

(Tryntje Schoon- 
maker, Syntje 
Schoonmaker) .... 

(I792-) 

(Cath. Besemire) 

V. (Sarah Price) .... 
Jacomina (Joseph Buskark) . . 
James, M.D. (Hester Peter- 
son) 

James (Catalina Dunbar).. . . 

(Mary Wood) 

(Ella Baurhyte) 



Alphceus (183 1—) 

Anthony 

D. (Elizabeth Apple- 
ton) 

H. (1841) 

" (1842-64) (Volun- 
teer) 

" (i8 54 -;6) 

Hardenbergh (18 16- 

98) 

" J. (1791-1843) 

" M. ( 1868) 

" (Amy E.Hamilton) 
R. (Susan Van der 

Voort) 

" S 

Stephenson 

" S. (Helen De Wolf) . . . 
" W. (Amanda Golener). 

Jane (1728—40) 

(Cornelius Jansen) 

(I776-) 

(Philip McConald) 

(1788-)... 

(Henry Winans) 



(1858-) 



(1828: d. in inf.) 

(John Hagerman) 

C. (181 7: d. unmarried) 

Jeannie Maria (1859-62) 

D 



X? 

960 
1772 
1822 

899 

1459 

42 

29 

167 

3°3 



528 

910 

1810 

423 

42 



177 
420 
675 
i5°5 
1817 
1821 
1466 
1586 

873 
983 

113S 
1542 

1446 

756 
1120 

1792 

1047 

1115 
117 6 
1366 
1052 

9 1 

99 

215 

338 

403 

453 
641 
1027 
1109 
1132 
1790 
482 

1474 
1622 



XI 1 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



Jefferson, Rev. (Jane S. 

Shaw) 

Jemima (George Buskirk). . . . 

(Joseph Enock) .... 

Jephthah (d. about 3 vears 

old) 

Jeremiah (17 2 2-) 

Joanna Gosman (1815—98).. . 

Joel 

Johannes, Maj. (Judith F. 
Bloodgood, Cor- 
nelia Ten Broeck) 
Sheriff (Maria Bo- 

gardus) 

(17 12 -) 

I 7 J 9-) 

(Margaret Jansen) . 

( Ten Broeck) . 

(!73 6 -) " Johan- 

nis" 

(1738) "Joannes ". 
(1755 : d. in inf.). . 
(HaVriet Bartlett) . 
Exerts (Catharine 

Schut).. . 

John (Westminister divine) 
(Intro., p. 3) 
" (patentee of Va. Co.) 
(Intro., p. 2) 
(Catharine Van Meter) . 

(1779-99) 

(Elizabeth Spann) 

(Anna Feaster) 

(Sarah Yerkes) 

(Esther Griffin) 

(Mary Roach) 

(b. and d. in 1800) .... 

(Elizabeth Corbett) 

(Jane Mosgrove) 

(Sarah Thorp) 

(I795-) 

(Eliza Shurman) 

(Caroline O. Kingsley) . 

(Mary A. Pierce) 

(1856-)^.'.'.'.'.^::::::: 

(Jane McClure) 

(Catharine Suber) 

B. (about 1S2S-1S46).. 
" (b. andd. 1855).... 

C. (Lvdia Silvester).. . . 

" (1847-48) 

Catlin (1869-) 

E. (Rosalie Taubert) . . . 

" Col. (H. Halberstadt, 
A. Halberstadt) . . . 

" (1869-87) 

Franklin (185 1-) 



N? 

S92 

42 

M3 

7°7 

S3 1 

S03 

644 



55 

60 

95 
101 



155 

J 7 2 
3°4 
306 



144 
285 
362 

37o 
411 
445 
543 
6;o 
661 
669 
788 
911 
982 
1043 



1 



5 J 



1107 
15 73 
1759 
17S1 
II2I 
1471 

205 
1140 
1478 

944 

1221 
1603 

1405 



N° 



(b. and d. 



John Frederick 

1869) .... 1354 

Gosman (1861-65) J 374 

H. (Lydia Yates) 935 

630 

Henry (1849-50) 1470 

Hendricks (1831-59)... 1005 
H. M. (Ensign War of 

1812) 758 

Hoover 1764 

I- (1855-) 970 

J. (Caroline M. Du Bois) 

Lawrence (1S0S-48) 

O., M.D. (1798-1821).. 

Quackenbos (1831-34). 

(Edith 

Reeve) . . 

Rollins (b. and d. about 

1841) 



854 

600 

890 

1429 

I43 6 



1270 



S. (Anne Perkins) 586 



22 



395 



W. (Angeline E. Estill) 
Wanshaer (1774-93).. 

Wood (1834-) 934 

Jonathan (Anne Dick) 396 

G. (Mary J. Haw- 
lev) 809 

" (1SS6-) 1655 

Joseph (1791-) 405 

(176S-1S14) 426 

1784 

Frost (1S64-) 1322 

P. (Matilda C. Baird). 766 

Strang (1864-65) 1686 

Sims (185 1-) 1280 

Josephine 103 

(1S46-) 1303 

Joshua (Margaret Arnold) ... 311 

(Catharine Anderson) 653 

(Elizabeth Allen) .... 959 

(Amelia Bradv) 980 

(Volunteer)..'.. 18 18 

(Amelia ) ....'... 1823 

D. (M. Van Benscho- 

ten) 914 

" P. (1830-63)........ 972 

Judith (Johannes Du Bois). . 57 

Julia 642 

Adelaide (D. D. Carter). 11 93 

Anna (L. K. Campbell) . 895 

" (W. C. Brewster). 1427 

" (Russell Smith).. . 1435 

Anne 1130 

Antoinette (W. Seaward) 776 

Miranda (W. R. Gray).. 797 

Tuliette G 1623 

Julius H. S. (1889-) 12571 

Kate (E. L. Matthews) 1314 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



Xlll 



N? 

Kate C. (H. S. Forward) 1579 

Katharine 1 773 



Lany (Jacob W. Lansing) . . . 
Leah. (17 24-; d. in inf.) 

(1728-) 

(Peter Britt) 

(A. T. De Witt) 

(Roswell Lawrence) .... 

(Abram Post) 

(J. T. De Witt) 

D. (Henry H. Buckbee) 
Legrand (Lucre tia T. Conk- 

lin) 

D. (Zelia Cornell)... 

Lena Maria (1825—) 

" (1821-92) 

Leonard (1843-) 

Lewis (1843-) 

Eaman (1845-) 

Lillie A. C. (1864-65) 

" t May (1858-) 

Lorinda (John C. Hertell) . . . 

Louisa (1864: d. in inf.) 

Louisa A. (James B. Jamison) 

" P- (1852-) 

Lucas K. (M. N. Henderson) . 

Lucinda 

Lucretia (1764-) 

Lydia (1714-) 

" (I749-) 

" S. (Dr. S. M. Lasell).. 

11 " (b. andd. 1865).... 

" V. (1803-) 

Madeline M. (E. E. Dewey).. 
Magdalene (E. C. Brown) . . . 
Margaret, "Grietje" (169 5-). 
(Francis Titus) .... 
(G. M. Woodward) 
(Enos Butcher) .. . 
"Miss Peggy" 

(1778-1862) 

(Johannis S am- 
nions) 

(Nathan Hen- 
dricks) 

(John Van Olinda) . 



(John Davis) 

A. (1858-59) 

E. (1826-45) 

F. (A. P. Cook) . . . 

G. (W. W. Hege- 
man) 

L. (Rev. Dr. J. C. 
Watson) 

P. 1824-59) 



536 
62 

64 
139 
259 
334 
354 
483 
490 

790 

1337 
929 

1448 

974 

938 

1465 

1558 

I35 2 
1808 

i3°7 
ii54 
1238 

93 1 
1112 

3 6 9 
16 

no 

806 

1389 

9i5 

1557 

973 

3i 

162 

400 
409 

5i6 

525 

7o5 
961 

1128 

1776 

1574 

J 433 
687 

!37° 

729 
943 



Margaret W. (Rev. Dr. A. Du 

Bois) 

Margaretta (H. J. Lombaert) 
(Norman Bliss) . . 
Maria ("Marytje") (Moses 

Du Puis) 

" (Thomas Beekman) . . . 
" <l Maretje" (1712-).... 
' ' (Abraham Vandegrif t) . 

" (I7I4-) 

" (I734-) 

" (Henry Stanton) 

" (Gerrit Becker) 

" (b. and d. 1776) 

" (I793-) 

" (1757-58) 

" (Alfred Berden) 

" (1787-1863) 

" (Leonard Litchfield). . . 

" C. T. (J. H. Cammer). 

" F. (1793-1800) 

" H. (Christian Wirtz) . . 

" T. (Samuel Potts) 

Marie K. (C. C. James) 

Mariette (1812-38) 

Marjorie (189 1-) 

Martha (Nathan H. Sey- 
mour) 

J. ( Smith) 

W. (Jonathan Pax- 
son) 

Martin (1781-1821) 

Martje (17 7 6-) 

Mary (1736-62) 

" (George Hoogland) .... 

" (Christian Wirtz, Sen.) . 

" (Richard Davis) 

" (Isaac Cannell) 

" (Ralph Lanning) 

" (George Randell) 

" (1811-79) 

" (George Wells) 



(1841-) 



(1862-70) 



(Abner Lubens) 

A. (Geo. Van Hegeman) 
Alice (Elijah Torbert). . 
Amanda (Alex. Harvey) 
(d. in inf.).. . . 



Anne (Toseph O'Harra) 
" (Daniel Fowler) . . 
" (Jared King)... . 

" (d. in inf.) 

" (John McNutt) . . 



N? 



392 
1148 

3 
11 

38 
4i 
56 
67 
206 

305 
320 
407 

5ii 

537 

55i 
966 

996 

648 

394 

6 73 

1487 
599 

1756 

676 

1778 

1234 
286 

1803 
104 

159 
394 
434 
438 
654 
70S 

73° 

93 6 
1150 
1156 

1179 

J 523 
J 774 
1788 
1761 
1167 
1615 

1743 

1745 
663 

680 

1050 

1119 

1134 



XIV 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



x° 

Marv Anne (1S42-) 12 33 

••' B. (Frederick A. Booth) 838 

" " (Joseph Middagh). . 871 

" Bugbee (1S41-) 1815 

" C. (Henry E. Malin) . . . 505 

" M (Charles M. Young). 1300 

" Darker (i860-) 1353 

•' E. (John D. Duff) 1704 

'• Ella (1852-57) 1026 

'■ E. (Rev.W. T. Leavell) 1191 

" F. (1818-34) 690 

" H. (S. C. Radford) 726 

I. (Fred. M. Taylor)... 131 1 
J. (Henry H. Reynolds) 473 
" (Dr. Elbridge Simp- 
son) 808 

" " (1845-) 835 

" " (E. W . Smeeton)... . 1492 

• K. (K. P. Paulsen)... . 1511 

" M. (Arthur M. Hankes). 137 1 

" P. (1838-41) 1231 

" V. (Eugene R. Moore). 1307 

Matilda (1848-) 507 

1129 

Emma (J. L. Jannev) 11 68 

S. (1862-64) 1587 

Matthew (Thomasine Stock- 
holm) 373 

(Elizabeth W. 

Wright) 11 33 

(M. Ready or 

Headv) ^69 

B. (Elizabeth Work, 
Mary Van 

Lear) 66 s 

" 1114 

' * (Susie V. Hanlin) 1 1 2 2 

Maud L. (1S72-78) 62s 

May (1S58-) 1604 

Merchant Thomas (1813-55) . 590 

Mercy (Reason Wood) 1055 

Miles (1802—) 662 

" 1092 

Minnie (about 1873-) 1825 

Moses 8.(1819— ) 925 

Mmdert (1736—) 12^ 

CM. E. W. Schoon- 

maker 1020) 992 

Myra D. (1858-) 1332 

" Rate (1856—) I 3°5 

Xatalie (189;-") 17^7 

Nelly, ' ' Xelle ' ' (Robert Ful- 
ton) 145 

Xellie (18^3-) 1496 

Nicholas (1S68-) 6 

(1693-) 30 

(Anne Kuypers). ... 46 



N? 

Nicholas (1746-60) 150 

M.D., (Francenia 
Murray, Sarah 

Campbell) 393 

Lieut. (Almira Her- 
man) 1227 

Nile F. (Sarah A. Heermans) . 780 

Xinoha T. (Christiana Moore) 779 

Orlando L. (181 1-1 8) 589 

Orpah (b. and d. 1835) 1346 

Orrin Booth (1 872-) 1562 



Pamelia W. (Dr. L. H. Jor- 
dan) 

Percv 

" G. (1875-) 

Peter (Intro, p. 5) 

•Petrus" (J. or A. Har- 

denbergh) 

(Mary Van 
Aalstein) . . . 

(I733-) 

(1783-) 

(1739-46) 

(1803 : d. in inf.) 

Capt. (m. ) 

(Margaret Quackenbos). 
(Magdalen Long, Jane 

Long) 

(Maria Langendyck) . . . 

(1816-43) 

(183 8-) (Volunteer) 

(Elizabeth Terrell) 

(Hannah Gorham) 

D. (1810-) 

P. (Anna Roosa) 

" (1S47-) 

S. (17S; : d. in inf.) .... 
■' Rev.~(M. W. Gosman) 
" (E. C. Miller) 

" (1S49-) 

Wood (1822-) 

Philip (Margaret Conover).. . 
(Catharine Van Hoorn) 

" (1785-) 

Heermans (1854—).. . . 
V. P. (Margaret Jones) 1 
Phcebe, ''Femmetje"(i72 6— ) 

(John Vining) 

(Samuel Gilkyson) . . 

Anne (1844-) 

D. (Edgar S. Colten) 

Jane (1836-) 

Pronunciation of Wynkoop . . 
(Intro, p. 2.) 



1190 
1563 



66 

109 
178A 

287 

293 
360 

447 
5io 

546 
560 
624 

793 
962 

977 
1807 

918 
216 
842 
45° 
451 
805 
1369 

T 73° 
927 

48 

166 

402 

1320 

603A 

168 

174 

658 
1464 
1312 
1468 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XV 



Rachel (1805-) 

" (1827-) 

H. (1812-86) 

" J- (1841-) 

M. (182- -) 

V. (Malcolm Petrie) . . 
Rebecca (Andrew Van Bus- 

kark) 

(Henry Hoogland, 

George Fetter) . . . 

J. (Jesse G. Geist) . . 

" (John A. Brown) . 

W. (1828-59) 

Richard (1793—) 

" Rev. (Catharine 

Schureman) 

" (Anna E. Maginnis, 

Lydia B. Strang). 

G. (1856-) 

Robert (1742-) 

" B. (1863-) 

" C 

" (1851-) 

D . ( Almira A . Rollins) 

" (Isabella Van 
Winkle) 

G. (Carrie C. Wood).. 

S. (i860-) 

Russell (Emma Van Loan) . . 
Ruth 



Samuel. 



M. 



T. (Emily C. Snyder). 

W. (Volunteer) 

Sarah (William Larreway) . . . 
(Paul Van Steenberg) . 
(Merchant Lawrence) . 

( Jones) 

(Isaac Fonda, Asa 
Douglas) 

(1773-77) 

(1789-90) 

(1796: d. in inf.) 

(Timothy T. Smith)... 

(Daniel Haines) 

(Aaron Springsted) .... 

(1812-) 

(1838-46) 

(Edward C. Corbett) . . 

(1804-05) 

(Samuel S. Wood) .... 
(1842-43) 

(1844-) 

(Logan De Witt) 

(1859-98).... 

(Sherwood Hicks) 

(William Bennet) 



N? 

916 

93o 

1445 

1463 

J 455 
1392 

x 47 

367 

IX 37 
1060 

1049 

406 

891 

1428 
1472 

x 73 

!559 

mi 

844 

764 

1271 
804 

1575 
1488 

1758 

1783 

1768 

1163 

1178 

130 

316 

333 

379 

418 

428 

433 

485 
5i4 
535 
549 
555 
634 

659 
761 
762 
964 

965 

1054 
1498 
1518 
1786 



N? 

Sarah (James Craven) *798 

" A. (1884-) 1727 

" E. (George Heebner) . . 1228 

" F. (Chas. W. Elliott).. 728 

" (Chas. H. Sherrill) . . 1434 

J. (William Gordon). . 981 

" L. (Edward Ford) .... 1308 

M. (Andrew P. Roosa). 488 

" (L. H. Oosterhoudt) 1007 

" R. (William Shelmire) . 1177 

" S. (1823-) 928 

" Yerkes (1868— ) 1257B 

Sayer Arabella Clark) I 3 I 7 

Schuyler Colfax 1 767 

Silas (1841-43) 1517 

Simon Moses (1837-) 1461 

" Veeder (1830-32) 946 

Stephen Miller (1859—) I 373 

M. (1809-32) 1789 

R 655 

" Rev. (Aurelia 

Mills) 677 

" (1835-43) 1 153 

Strickland (Martha Egbert, 

Eliza Sandy) 657 

Susan (Rev. David Wiley).. . 376 

" (Amos Meneley) 664 

(1816-22) 689 

" (Rev. L. H. Van 

Doren) 733 

" A. (1866-) 1533 

" B. (Elias E. Smith).. . 1165 

Susannah (Jan Lefferts) 397 

(1808-32) 685 

J. (S.C.Craig).... 1576 

R 1763 

Tekla (17 05-) 35 

Theodore (1858-89) 1506 

S., Rev. (Mary M. 

Dodge) nS 1 

Skinner (1886-)... 12 57H 
Thomas, Westminster divine 
(Intro., p. 3) 
(Executor in 1768) . 1797 
H. (1841-62) (Vol- 
unteer) 1 164 

L. (Elizabeth Tor- 

bert) 681 

M. (E.R. Kingsley). 1046 

P. (1838-64) 1283 

' ' (Emma Grace) ... 1 6 2 5 b 
Tjaatje, (Judge Dirck 292). . 102 
(Petrus Tappen) .... 113 
Tjerck (Dederick) (M. Hen- 
dricks, Eliza Ten Broeck) 561 

Tobias (17 10: d. in inf.) 37 

(Leah Legg) 40 

(i7*3-) 49 



XVI 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Tobias (Jane Schermerhorn) . 141 
(Maria Suydam, Eliza- 
beth Van Steenberg) 335 

(1789-93) 355 

(Eleanor ^\ elsh) 358 

(1802-20) 554 

(Ella McKeene) 593 

1025 

A. (1812-38) 601 

Valentine 627 

Verna Edith (1868-) 1527 

Virginia (Theodore F. Hay).. 143 1 



Walter De Wolf (187 5-) 

Warren D. (1852-) 

Watson Elmer (18 5 7-) 

William (1751: d. in inf.) 

Maj. (C. Schermer- 
horn) 

(Maria Trombour) . . 

(1803: d. in inf.).... 

(Mary Langstroth). . 

(1808-52) 



(Mary Smousc) 

(Elizabeth Van 

Metre) 

(1794-96) 

(b. and d. about 

1S15) 

(Marv Coan) . ■ 

(1S49-) 

(Susan Snyder) 



1646 

1636 

1529 

137 

138 

3i9 
361 

375 
413 
625 
671 

704 

75 7 

792 

945 
968 
986 



William 

(Jane M. Somers) . . . 
(Rachel A. Blaker).. 

(or, Henry) 

(b. and d. about 

1864) 

(Elizabeth Snyder) . . 

(b. about 1858) 

(Jane Armagust) 

A. (Marv M. Javcox) 

C. (J. C. Van der 
Leeuw) 

D. (Marv Roosa) 

H. (1S67-).. . . . 

Hamilton (d. in inf.) . 
Henry (Elizabeth 

Know Is) 

Hughes (1855-) 

J. (1890-) 

Lawrence (1888-).. . 
M. (Maria Snyder) . . 
N. (b. about 1834: d. 

in inf.) 

Niver (b. 1899-). . . . 
Tell (Sarah J. Booth) 
Teller (1854-89). •• • 

Trott (1865-) 

Wooddrop (1858-) 

S. (Anne Bartle- 

son) 

Wynkoop House 

Homestead, 

(opp. title-page) 
" pronunciation of 

name. . . . (Intro. 



N? 
1113 
1147 
1 162 
1340 

1480 
1490 

i5 6 4 
1770 

13S5 

i3So 

763 

1512 

IX 95 

1006 
1239 

1725 
1656 

1499 

1124 
1628 
784 
509 
J 335 
1285 

432 

49 1 



p. 2) 



INDEX OF SURNAMES OTHER THAN WYNKOOP 



N? 

Abbey, Wesley (J. Barhight) . 542 

Abeel, Augustus 1032 

" David E. (M. A. Gar- 
rison) 1 03 1 

" Garret N. (AlidaC.).. 602 

" Nelly C. ( Schutt) 1033 

" Romeyn (b. and d.,- 

1846) 1034 

Adriens, Joost 1 

Albert, Eugene F. (M. A. 

Packard) 1676 

Heyman 5 

Albrecht, Agnes (Henry S.).. 836 

Constantine, Capt. . 836 

Albright, Susanna (Abraham) 545 

Aldrich, Ettie (Alvah K.) . . . 1519 

Allen, Elizabeth (Joshua) 959 

" Harriet E. (W. W. 

Hegeman) * 3 7 ° 

" Maria (Evert) 336 

Mary (Aaron Radford) 726 

Anderissen, Henderick 1 

Anderson, Catharine (Joshua) 653 

Phoebe (Garret A.) 1794 

Andriessen, Barbara 28 

Antonides, Vincentius, Rev.. 2 
Applegate, A. A. (J. E. Van 

Doren) 1254 

Jas. (Dena Day). 1254 
Appleton, Elizabeth (James 

D.) * 873 

William 873 

Armagust, Jane (William) ... 1770 

Arndt, Anna (C. Lombaert).. 392 

Arnold, Benedict, Gen'l...i38, 167 

Margaret (Joshua) ... 311 

Phoebe (Garret) 548 

ArnoudorArnout. See Arnold. 

Ashfield, Kate (S. Baker) 1182 

Atwood, Emily A. (H. M. Ta- 
bor) 1598 



Np 
Atwood, Frances M. (C. H. 

Fisher) I 599 

John W. (-1885)... 1597 

Origen 1219 

Thomas I. (AnnaM.) 1219 
Austin, Wm. H. (L. H. 

Macy) 815 

Autsen, Hendrick 1 

Avery, Sophia (G. H. Stan- 
ton) 457 



Bahr, Adam (A. Spaan) 349 

" Philip (M. Britt) 349 

Bailey, Anna W. (W. L. Puf- 
fer) 1256 

Emma (d. in inf .) . . . . 1255 
Frances H. (W. R. 

Wright) 1257 

John (Abby J.) 949 

Rachel A. (G. W. 

O'Harra) 1098 

Robert E. (Cecilia)... 1349 
Winthrop, Rev. (Isa- 
bella M.) 734 

Baird, Matilda C. (Joseph P.). 766 
Baker, Chloe (A. C. Kingsley) 1046 
" Elias (E. C. Bur- 
roughs) 1 180 

" Elizabeth R. (Rev. J. 

T. Duryea) 1184 

" Isaac (Susan W.) 692 

" Janet (D. Ten Eyck) . 253 
" Phoebe (William Ely, 

A. Hamilton) 1 181 

Samuel (M. McNair).. 1183 

" Stephen (K. Ashfield) 1182 

Bancker, Mr 292 

Barden, Elizabeth (R. B. Lef- 

ferts) 741 

Barentsen, Jan (J. Slecht) . . . 5 



xvii 



XV111 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N° 

Barhight, Jane (Evert) 542 

Barker, Mr. (Anne) 449 

Barnard, Jos. Folger (E. B. 

Hasbrouck) 829 

Barroll, Anna M. (Rev. J. 

Payne) 773 

Mary C. (Edw. John- 
son) 774 

Richard (Anne C.) . . 441 
Bartholomew, Riley (Eliza- 
beth) 759 

Bartleson, Anne (Wooddrop 

S.) 43 2 

Bartlett, Harriet (Johannes) . 306 
Jas. L. "(M. A. 

Terry) 882 

Barton, Theodore 292 

Baurhyte, Ella (James) ^c^ 

Bayard, Samuel, Jun 207 

Beach, Elica (W. M. O'Harra) 1101 
" Jane (J. G. O'Harra). 1097 
Margaret (F. Hoag).. 1679 
Bear, Margaret (P. Britt). . . 341 
Beattie, Anne (b. and d., 1787) 711 
" (Rev. A. Boyd) 712 
Chas., Rev. (A.Read- 
ing) 390 

" C. (R. Van- 

uxem) .... 714 

Ellen (1823-63) 1 199 

Emily (G. F. Cur- 
wen) 1208 

Frances H. (R. 

Holmes) 1210 

Henry W. (1791- 

1807) 713 

J ohn (C. Clinton) .. . 390 
" (E. P. Moore, 

M.A.Henry) 717 
Jos. H. (0. M. 

Kearns) 1211 

Mary (Rev. R. Steel) 716 
Reading (Christina). 390 
(H.A.Moor- 
head).... 1209 
Sarah (Rev. H. R. 

Wilson) 718 

Susan A. (1842—) ... 1212 
Susannah (1795— 

1872) 715 

Beck, Charles (Isabella T.) . . 1232 

Becker, Gerrit (Maria) 305 

Beebe, Lansing (Anne E.). . . 978 

Beekman, Alida (171 8-) 76 

Benjamin (1762—). 249 

Catharine (17 20-). 77 

Cornelius (173 3-). 82 

Elizabeth . . . . 80 



N? 
Beekman, Johannes (A. Law- 
rence).. 11 
(L. Van 
Keuren) 7 8 

John (1761-) 248 

Judith (17 1 5-).... 75 

Maria (17 26-) .... 79 

Mary (C. Swart). . 81 

Rebecca (17 58-) . . 247 
Samuel (H. Ten 

Broek) 232 

Thomas (Maria) ... n 

" (1751-)-. • 245 

Tjerck (1755-).. .. 246 

Beer, Helena (Petrus) 142 

Behr, Margaret (P. Britt) ... 341 
Belcher, Elizabeth M. (J. W. 

Strang) 1428 

Belden, Fanny (G. Worthing- 

ton) 1408 

Bemis, Mary (T. F. Hay).... 1431 
Bennett, Elizabeth (Gerardus) 153 

Tohn (Anne) 1787 

William (Sarah).... 1786 

Berden, Alfred (Maria) 537 

" " 1- \ ^ 
540 

Berger, Jacob, Rev 451 

Besemere, Cath. (Jacobus) ... 18 10 
Bimper, Maria M. (G. M. 

Roel) 65 

Birdseye, Gould (Emeline)... 633 

John W. (F. Henry) 1036 

Blagge, Benjamin, Jun 292 

Blaker, Rachel A. (William) . . 1 162 

Blanck, Agnes (G. Stanton) . . 206 

Bliss, Norman (Margarctta) . . 1 148 

Blom, Rev. Hermanus 1 

Bloodgood, Frans J. (L. 

Jans) 2 

Bloodgood, Judith F. (Johan- 
nes) 2 

Blossom, Eliza (A. Post). ... 611 

Blydenburgh, Eliz. (Packard) 1667 

Boel, Catharine 169 

Bogardus, Anna (De Wande- 

laer) 235 

Eliza A. (W. H. 

Dunning) 1422 

Everardus, Rev. 

( Ant je Webber) 4, 15 
Everardus (Hoff- 
man) 15 

Jannetjen (Jaco- 
bus) 29 

" Maria (Johannes). 15 

Peter (A. DeWitt) 222 
Wm. (W. Sy- 

brant) 15 



VVynkoop Genealogy 



XIX 



N? 
Bolles, Mary (A. W. Dun- 
ning) 1680 

" Thomas (M. Gilbert) . 1680 

Book-plate Intro, p. 7 

Booth, Fred. A. (Mary B.) . . . 838 

Mary (S. Watkins) . . . 783 

" Sarah J. (William T.) . 784 

Booz, Mary (J. Winder) 647 

Border, Penelope (Evert).... 539 

Bovier, Annatje (J. Du Bois) . 189 
Boyd, Alex., Rev. (A. Beattie) 712 
" Henry B. (b. and d. 

1832) 1198 

James W. (18 28-) 1197 

Reading B. (182 1-).. . 1196 

Boylyn, Margaret (J. Shaw).. 892 

Bradt, Margaret (Jacob) 960 

Brady, Amelia (Joshua) 980 

Brandon, Cath. (W. Deder- 

ick) 339 

Brearley, Caroline (Lanning). 1069 

James (M. Smith). 1069 

Brett, Cath. (R. Lawrence).. 575 

" Peter 575 

Brewer, Cath. (A. Has- 

brouck) 207 

Brewster, Julia A. (Durgie).. 1684 

Samuel (1852-53) . 1682 
Virginia D. (Hedge, 
Brown, Mc- 

Knight) 1683 

Wm. C. (Julia A.). 1427 

Brice, Cornelia (S. Turck) ... 566 

Bridgeman, Guy W. (1873-). 1 ^ ) 34- 
Henry S. (Delia 

A.) 1318 

Brindle, Wm., Col. (Emily).. 1220 

Brink, Lysbet L. (Newkirk).. 9 

Britt, Anne (I. Fulton) 343 

Cath. (W. Dederick)... 339 

Jane (B. Peck) 344 

Leah (1799-) 348 

Margaret (P. Bahr) . . . 349 
(A. Lawrence) 583 

Maria (1778: d. y.) 340 

" (W. Rumsey).. . 342 

Nicholas (1793: m.)... 346 

Peter (Leah) 139 

Petrus (M. Behr) 341 

Tobias (Rachel Cole) . . 345 

Wm. (Katy Fiero) .... 347 

Britton, Rebecca (Isaac) 371 

Broadhead, Sarah (De Witt) . 1453 
Brocklebank, John (C. 

Waugh) 618 

Broeck, Cornelia (Johannes) . 2 

Broecks, Cath. (A. Eights)... 421 

Bronck, Pieter 1 



N? 
Brooks, Hester (C. I. Pack- 
ard) 141 2 

Brouwer, William 1 

B rower, Hannah (Cornelius) . 1800 
Brown, Caroline (J. Meneley) 11 04 
Cath. (J. Everett).. . 1302 
Erastus C. (Magda- 
lene) 973 

Howell (V. D. Brew- 
ster) 1683 

John A. (Rebecca J.). 1060 

Louisa (Edward W.) . 1224 

Matilda (A. Snyder) . . 1 1 63 
Bruyn, Severyn (C. Has- 

brouck) 463 

Buchanan, Sarah A. (Charles) 640 

Buckbee, De Witt C 870 

Henry H. (Leah D.) 490 

Mary D 869 

Buckman, Sam. T. (Ellen K.) . 1155 
Walter S. (Catha- 
rine L.) 1589 

Bullock, Chas. W. (E. Camp- 
bell) i44 2 

Burhans, Cornelius (M. Ten 

Broek) 241 

Helletje (T. C. De 

Witt) 219 

James (Margaret 

) 1003 

Jan 1 

Joel (Eliza C.) 1003 

Jos. W. (M. Mont- 
gomery) 1508 

Marion M. (1888-). 1735 

MaryL. (1858-77). 1509 

Burr, Rev. Aaron 53 

" Aaron, Lieut. -Col 295 

" Eunice (Benjamin). .. . 53 

" Peter, Judge 53 

Burroughs, Cath. (W. Lan- 
ning) 1072 

Eliz.C. (E.Baker) 1180 
Rue (A. Mat- 
thews) 1072 

Burrowes, Eunice, (E. Rose). 377 

Burrows, W. W., Maj 435 

Buskark, Jos. (Jacomina) . . . . 42 

Buskirk, Geo. (Jemima) 42 

Butcher, Enos (Margaret) . . . 409 

Byrnes, Mary A. (C. Wright). 1659 

Cale, Sam. (Isabella F.) 1136 

Callum, Mary M. (Geo. S.) .... 666 
Cammer, John H. (Maria). . . 996 
Campbell,* Emily (C. W. Bul- 
lock) 1442 



XX 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N° 



1441 



1438 



1437 



Campbell, Harriet M. (Wm. 
H . Valentine) . . . 
John W. (Agnes 
G. Shipman) .... 
Julia (A. G. Mum- 
ford) 

Lockward K. (Julia 

A.) 895 

Pauline (1843-50). 1440 

Sarah (Nicholas) . . 393 
Virginia W. (1842- 

66) 1439 

Cannell, Hester A. (1807-).. . 772 

Isaac (Mary) 438 

" William 438 

Can tine, Johannes, Maj 65 

Cardoze, Emile (Harriet J. 

Shear) 1670 

Carey, Nehemiah *797 

Carhart, Ellen (Jacob) 547 

Carmichael, Cath. (Charles S.) 1222 
Carnahan, Lydia A. (Rev. 

Luther H. Van Doren).. 733 
Carpenter, Jane (Josiah H. 

Stanton) I 396 

Carson, Charles 1483 

Mav 1484 

William, 3d 1482 

Jun. (Han- 
nah) 941 

Carter, Decius D. (Julia A.) . . 11 93 

Cassidy, J as. (C. Packard)... 1665 
Cevasdale, Anne (Joshua C. 

Blaker) 1162 

Chambers, Thomas, Capt. ... 7 
Champlin, Catharine (Isaac) . 988 
Cheeseborough, Staats (Eliza- 
beth A.) 856 

Chester, Hannah C. (Jonathan 

H. Hasbrouck) 823 

Child, Marion (Adam) 359 

Childs, Cath. R. (Gerardus H.) 11 52 

Chipman, E. D., M.D 986 

Clapp, Mr. (P. O. Starr) 1215 

Clark, Arabella (Saver) I 3i7 

" Clarence W. (1865-66) 1690 

Ebenezer 292 

" Fannie W. ( 1 659-) 1689 

Frank B . (Mabel Cole) .1611 

James J. (Emma) 1432 

Clarkson, John B. (M. H. W. 

Lefferts) 742 

Cleaver, Hannah (Jacob) .... 151 
Clemson, Margaret (John 

Watson) 729 

Clinton, Christiana (J. Beat- 
tie) 390 

George, Gen'l. . . .292, 390 



Clinton, James, Col 

Clover, Chas. B. (Kate Shear) 

Coan, Mary (William) 

Coat-of- Arms . . . . Intro., p. 4. 
Colden, Alexander (Gertrude) 
Cadwallader (E. Elli- 
son) 



David (Gertrude) 
Cole, Emily W. (1873-76) 
" Grace F. (1875-)... 
Jonas W. (Isabella). 
" Mabel (F. B. Clark).... 
" (SeeKool: pron. Kole) 
Comstock, Belle (W. Ham- 
mond) 

Conant, Cornelius (M. Mc- 

Farlin) 

Condit, Elizabeth (P. C. Hay). 
Conklin, Lucre tia T. (Le- 

grand) 

Conover, Margaret (Philip) . . 
(See also Koenho- 
ven) 
Cook, Abraham P. (Margaret 

F.) 

" Ephraim (Elizabeth) . . 

Corbett, Edw. C. (Sarah) .... 

Elizabeth (John) . . . 

Gerardus (R. A. 

Meneley) 

Tohn 

Miles 

Phoebe ( Mc- 

Cune) 

(Sarah) ( King). 

Wilson (Volunteer) . 

Wynkoop 

Corlies, Jos. N. (M. E. Stan- 
ton) 

Margaret (H. Stan- 
ton) 

RichardS 

Cornelisze, Christina (Dirk W. 

Ten Broeck) 

Cornell, Lydia (Henrv) 

Rachel (Tames T.)... 

William (M. Stevens) 

Zelia (Legrand D.) . . 

Cotton, Edgar S. (Phoebe D.) 

George 

Coulehan, Annie C. (Don 

Alonzo) 

Jas. C. (M. Porter- 
field) 

Covert, Isaac (E. V. Lefferts). 

Cozine, John 

Crafford, Lysbet 

Craig, S. C. (Susannah J.). . . 



N? 

94 
1674 

945 
263 

263 
263 
1612 
1613 
1226 
1611 



1306 

446 
I43 1 

790 
48 



687 
963 

659 
661 

1103 
1081 
1082 

1084 
1083 
1080 
1079 

816 

822 
816 

2 

678 

1160 

1160 

1337 
1312 

1312 

1307 

1307 

737 

292 

1 

1576 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXI 



N? 

Craven, Anne (C. Krusen) ... 392 

" Isabella (Gerardus) . . 682 

James (James) I 798 

Crispell, Blandina (C. Du- 

mond) 491 

Celinda (Derrick C). 492 
Crispin, Helen K. (Alfred) ... 767 
Cruikshank, Marg. M. (Cor- 
nelius P.) 479 

Cummin, Mary (H. W. Wat- 
son) 1252 

Cummings, Maria (Judge 

Henry) 157 

Curwen, Geo. F. (Emily Beat- 

tie) 1208 

Cutler, Wm. P. (J. A. Spencer) 1355 

Darker, Maria (Legrand) .... 790 
Dauchy, Jerome F. (E. A. 

Spencer) 1357 

Davenport, Humphrey 2 

Ira (C. L.Sharpe). 1400 

Maria (Hezekiah) 39 

Davis, Caroline (T. Tennant). 770 

Christopher 1 

Eleanor S. (George).. 491 
John (Elizabeth Stock- 
ton) 434 

John (Margaret) 1776 

Mary A. (George) 18 13 

" M. (1809-88).. . 771 

Richard (Mary) 434 

Dean, Hannah (H. DeWitt) . 223 

Jabez 220, 223 

" Martha (J. DeWitt)... 220 

Decatur, Stephen, Capt 12 18 

Decker, Cornelius J. (E. Ten 

Broek) 33 

Gertrude (172 1— ) 115 

Johannes (Catharine) ^2i 
Maria (J. E. De La- 
mater) 12 

Sarah (Evert) 124 

Dederick, Elizabeth (Heze- 
kiah) 315 

Maria (F. Sax) 572 

Matthew (M. Em- 
merich) 311; 

William (C. Britt) . 339 
(C. Bran- 
don) ... 339 

De Guardoqui, Diego 157 

" Hooges, Anthony.... Intro. 

P- 7 
" Hulter, Johan 1 

" Kype, Roelof (note) 8 

" Lamater, Abraham ( E. 

Tappen) 12 



N? 
De Lamater, Abraham (S. Ten 
Broek, M. Ten 

Broek) 87 

Annatje (1729: 

d. in inf.) 86 

Annatje (173 6-) 86 
Blandina (Jacob 

R.) 899 

Catrina (17 27-) 85 

Cornelia(i724~) 83 

Elsjen (17 26-). 84 
Johannes (173 5-) 88 
Johannes E. 

(Christina) ... 12 

' Meyer, Benj. (Elizabeth). 108 
" Eliz. (W. Schune- 

man) 280 

" John (177 1-) 281 

Maria (1776: d. in 

inf.) 283 

Maria (J. Souser) . 284 

" Nicholas (1773-).. 282 

' " Willem 1 

Dennistown, Nathan 138 

Denny, Wm. C. (A. F. Dur- 

yea) 1591 

De Ronda, Nicholas (S. Roel) 65 

Desang, Capt 292 

De Wandelaer, Anne (Corne- 
lius 419 

Dewev, Eugene E. (Madeline) 1557 

De Witt, Abm. T. (Leah) .... 259 

" " And. P. (1796-).... 495 

" Andries (B. Ten 

Eyck) 259 

" Anne (P. Bogardus) 222 

" " " (P. Tappen).. 273 
Blandina (A. Storey) 493 
" Cassius M. C. (M. 

Robinson) I 534 

Catharine (J. Quack- 

enbos) 510 

" Catharine (1840-).. 847 

1708 

" Cornelia (G. Stan- 
nard, J. S. Plum- 

mer) 1704 

Cornelia L. (1850- 

5i) ••• 1707 

" Corn. W. (C. Van 

Gaasbeek) 1454 

" Elizabeth (E. Whit- 
taker) 218 

" Evert W. (1813-26) 1452 

" Evke (B. DuPuis). 24 

" Garrit(C. Ten Eyck) 254 

*• George W. (1848-51) 1706 

" Harriet G. (18 54-).. 1709 



XX11 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N° 
De Witt, Henry (M. Ten 

Brock) ... 70 
(Hannah 

Dean) .... 223 
(E.J.Griggs) 145 1 
C. (1848-69) 1716 
Jacob (Martha Dean) 220 
Jan (W. Kiersted). . 24 
" Jane (H. C. Horn- 
beck) 494 

John (1745-) 221 

" " " E. (1839-). . . 1712 

" H. (Cornelia). 898 

" T. (Leah)... . 483 

" Logan (Sarah) I °54 

" Louisa C. (1842-45) 1713 

" " (1846-)... 1715 

Mary B. (1850-)... 171 1 
" Neeltje (W. Ten 

Broek) 68 

" Orilla (1846-) 1705 

" Peter (S. Broad- 
head) J453 

" Tjaatje (M. Van 

Keuren) 28 

" Tjerck (A. Pawling) 68 

" Tjerck C. (T-Elting) 219 
" (B. An- 

driessen) 28 

" Wm. H. (1856-)... 1710 
Wendelaer, Anne (Corn. 

JO 419 

Eliz. (T. V. 

VechtenV. 235 
Pieter (A. 

(Bogardus) 235 

Wolf, Helen (J as. S.) 1366 

Dey, Dena (Jas. Applegate).. 1254 

Deyo, Andrew 504 

" Magdalene (E. Eltinge) 504 

Dick, Anne (Jonathan) 396 

Dirckson, Barend. Intro, p. 5 

Divine, John (Caroline) 691 

Dixon, Ebenezer (Elizabeth). 105 1 

Dodge, MarvM. (Theodore S.) 11 51 

William (S. E . Mason) 1 1 5 1 
Dolly, Mary A. (Rev. David 

McL.) 1765 

Donaldson, Helen (G. Camp- 
bell) 393 

Dorrance, Geo. M. (J. S. 

Shear) 1672 

Dorsey, James O. (Clara V.). 1194 

Douglas, Asa (Sarah) 418 

Douw, Margaret (H. Ganse- 

voort) 94 

Douwerse, Jerceme 1 

Du Bois, Abraham (17 54-). . . 190 



DuBois, Abraham ( 1797) 

Anne (L. Lefferts) . . 
Anson, Rev. Dr. 

(Margaret) 

Anson, Rev. Dr. 

(Anna) 

Arthur (1864-) 1 

Caroline M. (John J.) 
Catharine (J.Schoon- 

maker) 

Catharine (P. Smedes) 
Cornelius (M. Hoog- 

teyling) 

Cornelius (G. Van 

Vliet) 

Francis W. (1860-64) 1 
Helena (D. Taggart). 
Henry ( 1806).. 

" R. (1868-)... 1 

Isaac 

Jacob (G. Gerritsen) 

" (i739: d. in 
inf.) 

" (1740-), 

Johannes (Judith). . . 

(I743-- d. 
in inf.) . 
(A. Bovier) 
Jakomyntje (1744: 

d. in inf.) 

Jakomyntje (Dr. 

Heermans) 

Jonathan (Helena).. 

Leah (Cornelius D.). 

" (C. Kiersted). . 

Louis A. (1863-) 

Nicholas (1771-1815) 
Petrus (A. Newkirk) 
Rebecca (P. Bogar- 
dus) 

Sarah (Henrv) 

" (W. Van Or- 
den) 



Susannah 

Tryntje (J. Van Or- 

den) 

Dubois, Francis 1 

Geo. W. (S.R.Porter) 1 
Duboov, Jacobus (an elder) . . 

Duff, John D. (Mary E.) 1 

Du Mon, Philip (Elizabeth) . . 
Dumond, Annatjen (1748-).. 

Catrina (1740-) 

Cornelius (1757-). . 

Elizabeth (1754-).. 

Hendrika (1745 : d. 
in inf.) 



N? 
382 

385 
811 

813 
394 
854 

181 
292 

94 

184 

388 
386 
•384 
395 
388 

57 

182 
183 

57 

185 
189 

186 

191 
156 
94 
35 1 
393 
389 



222 

47 

236 
383 
387 

2 33 

380 

380 

2 

704 

58 
196 
192 
199 
198 

i95 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XX 111 



N? 

Dumond, Aimat j en (175 o-) . . 197 

Johannes (1744-).. 194 

Maria ( 1 742-) 193 

Sarah C. (George). . 491 
Dumont, Wallerand (an el- 
der) 1 

Dunbar, Catalina (James). . . 420 
Duncan, Louise (G. P. 

Quackenbos) 167 1 

Dunham, Lucius T. (Eliza- 
beth) 636 

Dunning, Adeline (b. and d. 

1817) 1420 

Augustus (b. and d. 

1828) . 1426 
W. (M. 

Bolles) 1680 
Caroline M. (b. and 

d. 1827) 1425 

Chas. E. (M. W. 

Petrikin) 1423 

Helen R. (H. W. 

Jameson) 1678 

Jacob A. R. (F. 

Hoag) I 679 

James (b. and d. 

1818) 1421 

Oliver (Harriet) ... 889 
Robert B. (1860- 

94) 1 68 1 

Theodore W. (1826- 

1902) !424 

Timothy (A. Nos- 

tran) 880 

Wm. H. (E. A. Bo- 

gardus) 1422 

Du Puis, Benj. (E. Schoon- 
maker, E. De 

Witt) 24 

" Catharine (1864: d. 

in. inf.) 19 
" " " (1690: d. 

in inf.) 2 2 
" " " (B. Schoon- 

maker) . 2 6 
" Cornelius (1688-). . 21 
Jacobus (S. Schoon- 

maker) 27 

Magdalena (1686-). 20 

" Maria (1681-) 17 

" Moses (Maria) 3 

" Nicholas 3 

(1682-).... 18 
Susannah (1698—).. 25 
Dupuy, Elias (R. Harden- 

. bergh) 517 

Simon (R. Harden- 

bergh) 517 



Durgie, Hiram G. (Julia A. 

Brewster) 

Durie, Sarah (S. Vandervoort) 
Duryea, Anna F. (W. C. 

Denny) 

Frances S 

Jeannette (C. A. 

Harvey) 

Joseph T. (E. R. 

Baker) 

MaryW 

Morris J. (J. Eddy). 

Dyer, Mary (Abraham) 

" (W.Dyer) 

" William (Mary Dyer).. 



N? 

1684 

1047 

T59 1 
1594 

iS9o 

1184 

!593 
1592 

52 

52 

52 



Eddy, Jessica (M. J. Duryea). 1592 
Edick, Harriet L. ( Bul- 
lock) 896 

Edington, Philip (M. Fiero).. 607 
Edwards, Belle (C. M. Raguet)i2i7 
Phoebe (J. A. 

James) 1487 

Susan A. (A. D. 

Gates) 1358 

Egbert, Martha (Strickland) . 657 
Egberts, Christina (J. Wan- 

shaer) 157 

Eights, Abm. (C. Broecks)... 421 

Jonathan (Alida) .... 421 

Elbendorp, Tecla 35 

Elese, Teunis 2 

Elliott, Annie (R. B. Watson) 1253 

Benj. (F. Pancha) . . . 728 

Chas.W. (Sarah F.) . . 728 

" " (1846-).... 125a 

Edw. B. (1841-99) 

(Volunteer) 1248 

Wm. H. (1844-63) 

(Volunteer) 1249 

Ellis, Edwin (Mary Packard). 1666 
" Elizabeth (Abraham) . . 786 
Elmendorf, Conrad, Capt. ... 5 
Elsie (P. Hen- 
dricks) 1002 

F. (Francis S.) . . 475 

Gertrude (Evert) 4 
Jacobus (G. A. 

Van Wagenen) 4 

Lucas (Cathrina) 61 
Sarah (A. Ten 

Eyck) 250 

Eltinge, Alvah 96 

Anna (Dirrick D.)... 96 
Derrick W. (1800: d. 

in inf.) 498 

" (1802-). 499 

Edmund (M. Deyo). 504. 



XXIV 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N° 
Eltinge, Elizabeth (C. Wool- 

sey) 1456 

Gertrude (17 99-) ... 497 
Helena (Gerret) .... 5 

Jacoba (1797-) 496 

jacobus (E. Hall). . 219 

Jan 96 

Jane (T.J. DeWitt). 219 

" (1806-) 501 

Johannes J. (181 1-). 503 

Noah 96 

Peter (Cornelia) .... 265 

Sarah (Dirrick D.). . 96 

" A. (1809-).. . 502 

Ely, William (P. Baker) 1181 

Emmerich, Maria (M. Dede- 

rick) 315 

Ennist, Floyd B., M.D., (Isa- 
bel) 1493 

Enoch, Jos. (Jemima) 143 

Esopus— the name 1 

Estill, Angeline C. (John W.) . 722 

1 ' Britton 722,724 

" Elizabeth (Henry) .... 724 

Evans, David, Rev 156 

Everett, Catharine (1874-). . 1633 

Tohn (C. Brown) 1302 

Wm.W. (Helen M.). 1302 
Everit, George (M. C. Stan- 
ton) 460 

Farley, Elizabeth (David). . . 1146 

Farnam, Abigail (A. Frye) . . 775 

Farrar, Chas. S. (Harriet L.). 1301 

Farrell, Anne (Gerardus) .... 667 

Farwell, Lucy (J. Gates) .... 794 

Feaster, Anna (John) 370 

Fellows, Joseph 777 

Mary (P. Heermans) 777 

Fetter, Casper (Rebecca) .... 367 

George " .... 367 

Ferris, Alida 1266 

Charles 1260 

Elizabeth 1262 

Isabella 1265 

James 1258 

" C. (Alida) 760 

John 1259 

Martin 1264 

Mary 1263 

Robert D 1261 

Fiero, Caroline (J. C. Hender- 
son) 608 

" Cath. (Wm. Britt) .... 347 
Magdalene (P. Eding- 

ton) 607 

Peter (1814-16) 609 

" William (Anne) 353 



N? 
Fisher, Chas. H. (F. M. At- 

wood) J 599 

Esther (Abraham) ... 52 

John 52 

Mary E.(Jas. Osborne) 1282 
Phcebe, Mrs. (F. Van 

Siclen) 161 

Thomas (M. Maud) . 52 

Fisk, Henry (Elizabeth A.) . . 856 
Fletcher, Patrick (Capt. U. S. 

Navy)._ 435 

Foecken, Dirck (G. Jansen).. 7 

Fokker, Hilletje (Gerret) .... 5 

Folger, Sarah (A. Reynolds) . 473 

Follard, Anne (J. Turck) .... 565 

Fonda, Alida (W. Lansing). . 536 

Isaac (Sarah) 418 

Foocker, Gerret (J. Slecht) . . 5 

Hilletje (Gerret). . . 5 

Ford, Edward (Sarah L.) . . . . 1308 

Forsey, Mary (Cornelius J.).. 419 

" Mrs 419 

Fort, Frank M. (Emma G.).. 13 13 

Forward, Harold S. (Kate C.) 1579 

Fowler, Daniel (Mary A.) 680 

Fransen, Judith (Johannes).. 2 

Frazer, Simon, Genl. (British) 138 

Frelinghuysen, Eliz. ( 

Elmendorf) 475 
John (D. Van 

Bergh).... 517 
Fritts, Crawford E. (Emma 

J.) 1384 

" Harold E. (1885-).... 1654 

Frost, Grissel (Benjamin) 178 

" Jabez 178 

Frye, Abiel (A. Farnam). ... 775 

" Adelia A. (1822-) 1291 

" Albert S. (1 824-) 1292 

' ' Alfred (Harriet) 775 

" Alonzo F. (1826-) 1293 

" Myra J. (1831-) 1294 

Fullerton, Elizabeth (David 

Moore) 779 

Fulton, David (Helena) 149 

(note) 149 

Hester " 149 

Isaac (Anne Britt)... 343 

James (note) 149 

Margaret (Cornelius) . 365 

Robert ("Nelle"). • • 145 

(note) 149 

Fulwider, Mary J. (David). . 1062 

Gaasbeek, Blandina (W. Ten 

Broek) 87 

Gamble, Martha (F. Murray). 393 

Gansevoort, Anne (Cornelius) 94 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXV 



N° 
Gansevoort, Harmen (M. 

Douw) 94 

Garabedian, P. H. (Hannah) . 1284 
Garden, Wm, A. (Helen W.). 1278 
Gardner, Howard A. (de- 
ceased) 1627 

JohnM. (M. E.Ten- 

nant) 1286 

Mary C 1626 

William L. (de- 
ceased) 1628 

Garrison, Alanson (D. E. 

Abeel) 1031 

Margaret A. (D. 

Abeel) 103 1 

Gasherie, Joseph (Catharine). 106 
Gates, Albert D. (S. E. Ed- 
wards) 1358 

Cyrus (Alice P.) 794 

Frank (A. Stratton) . . 1360 

Horatio, Gen'l 167 

" William W. (1849-50). 1359 

Geist, Daniel M. (G. Stebbins) 1567 

" Franklin E. (1878-)... 1570 

" Jennie E. (1869-76)... 1566 

Jesse G. (Rebecca J .) . . 1 1 3 7 

" John E. (1875-) 1569 

" Myrtle B. (1 867-) 1565 

" Viola (1874-). 1568 

George, Sarah (N. Hammond) 52 
Sydney (Mary Dyer) 5 2 

Gerritse, Goosen 1 

Gerritszen, Gerretje (J. Du 

Bois) 57 

Gerry, (Elbridge ?) 157 

Gibbs, Isadora (H. Luther) . . 1507 
Gilbert, Matilda (T. Bolles).. 1680 

Gilkyson, Albert io 75 

Caroline (T. W. 

Hill) 1078 

Elias (Elizabeth) . . 656 

James 1074 

John W 1076 

Samuel (Phcebe). . . 658 
Stephen R. (Volun- 
teer) io 77 

Gillett, Cora M 1365 

Cullen T. (Encie J.) . . 799 
Godwin, Mary (George P.)... 596 
Golener, Amanda (Jas. W.) . . 1052 
Goodwin, Josephine (J. Greg- 
ory) 1495 

Gordon, Mary (J. Snell) 724 

William (Sarah J.).. 981 
Gorham, Hannah (Peter).. . . 1807 

Gosman, John, Rev. Dr 451 

Margaret (Peter S.) . 45 1 
Robert 451 



N° 
Grace, Emma (Thos. P.) .... 162 5B 
Grafins, Emma L. (R. B. Wat- 
son) 1253 

Grant, Lewis (Harriet) 1601 

Grassby, Cath. (Francis G.) . . 1336 
Graves, Penelope (T. Spencer) 791 

Gray, Daniel 789 

" Esther (m.) 1342 

" Geo. W. (1857-90) 1364 

" Grissel (m.) 1342 

" James, Dep'y Commis. 

Gen'l... 65 

" Susan (Smith Hart) .. . 1343 

" Wm. C. (m.) 1363 

" R. (Julia M.) ... . 797 
Gregory, Mary (Egbert H.) . . . 1495 

Greveraet, (Sheriff) 7 

Griffin, Alfred (1850-) 1022 

Charles (Mary Stan- 
ton) 459 

1028 

" Esther (Tohn) 445 

" Giles (Ida C.) 591 

Ida 1030 

" Lucy 1029 

" Samuel (Cornelia) ... . 595 
" Elizabeth (E. W. De 

Witt) 1452 

Groat, Peter (A. Rogers) .... 808 
" Sarah A. (E. Simpson) 808 

Guardoqui, Diego de 157 

Gulick, Hannah 1187 

Harriet 1186 

Henry. 1185 

John (C. Wiley) 693 

Gwinner, Peter (M. Lom- 

baert) 392 

Hagaman, Cora M 1762 

George Van (Mary) 1 7 6 1 

Hager, Bruyn 2 

Hagerman, Benj. (E. Murray) 1790 

John (Jane) I 79° 

(See also Hegeman.) 

Hagle, Peter (Elizabeth) .... 985 

Harm, Carl O. (A. Tennant) . 1287 

Carl T 1630 

Edwin O 1629 

Mary M 163 1 

Haines, Daniel (Sarah) 535 

Halberstandt, A. (John E.) . . 122 1 

H. " .. 1221 

Hall, Elizabeth (J. El ting)... 219 

" Henry (1868-87) i3°9 

" Henry J. (Harriet C.) . . 1309 

" Lillian ( • Winney) . 1309 

" Wm. H. (Bridget) 1056 

Halsey, Abbie (I. Van Doren) 733 



XXVI 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 

Halsey, Frank A. (Fannie E.) 1274 

Hamilton, Alexander, Gen'l.. 157 

" (P. Baker) 1181 

Amy E. (James 

M.) 1792 

Hammond, Aug. G. (Cecilia). 1306 
Harry A. (M. 

Teeter) 1306 

James L 175 

Mary L. (S. P. 

Holmes) 1306 

(M.Dyer).... 52 
Nicholas, J un.(M. 

Lempriere) ... 52 

Nicholas, 3d., (S. 52 

George, R. Hoi- 176 

lvday) 435 

Stoddard (L. 

Lawrence) .... 577 
William M. (I. 

Comstock) .... 1306 

Hankes, Arthur M. (M. M.) . . 137 1 

Edith Morton ^53 

Hanlin, Susie V. (Matthew 

B.) 1122 

Harbon, Margaret (Bradley). 635 

Hardenberg, Abram (1813— ). 906 

Anne (Petrus) . . 66 
" (Cornelius 

E.) 896 

' R.(i799-) 901 
Benjamin (Cor- 
nelia) 518 

Corn.M.(i8o4-). 903 

" W. .(1797: 

d. in inf.) 900 
Evert W. (1808-) 905 
Jacobus (D. Van 

Bergh) 517 

Janneke (Petrus) 66 
Jared M.(i8o5— ) 904 
Johannes R. 

(1802-) 902 

Rachel (Evert 

C) 517 

Hardin, Edwin D., Rev., 

(Bertha S.) 1702 

Hardmon, Maria (T. Hawey). 1590 

Harpool, Margaret (Henry C.) 1057 

Harris, Aaron (Elizabeth). . . 105 1 
Harrison, Dency (Stephen 

Smith) 1435 

Hart, Smith (Susan Gray).. . 1343 

Harvev, Alex. (Mary A.) .... 161 5 

Chas. A. (J. Durvea) 1590 

Daniel C. (1867-)... 1596 

John J. C. (A. E. 

Steel) 1 200 



N? 
Harvev, Mary S. (1864-).. . . 1595 
Sam. Dawes (M. B. 

Steel) 1207 

T. W. (M. Hardmon) 1590 

Hasbrouck, Abraham 207 

Abram ( C. 

Brewer) 207 

Abm. B. (J. F. 

Ludlum) 464 

Aug. (1795-).. . . 465 
Caroline H'. (Geo. 

Sharpe) 827 

Catharine (S. 

Bruyn) 463 

Emily B. (J. F. 

Barnard) 829 

Helen (H. Sharpe) 207 
Jas. L. (1825-85) 825 
John C. (1836-37) 830 

Jonathan 207 

H. (H. 
C. Chester) 823 

W 1 

Jos., Maj 65 

Maria (J. Van 

Vleck) 812 

Mary B. (T. 

Timpson) 828 

Sarah M. (J. Lil- 

lie) 824 

Thos. L. (1827-65) 826 
Hatch, Arthur V. (E. M. 

Packard) ^77 

Hauser, Margaretha (C. 

Wirtz) 394 

Hawley, Mary J. (Jonathan 

G.) 809 

Sam. (Anna M.).. . . 454 
Haworth, Martha F. (C. 

Pierson) 1 243 

Hay, Theodore F. (Virginia) . 1431 
Haynes, Caroline (Harvey H.) 506 

Hayr, Ruth (Abraham) 366 

Hayton, Edith (Bradley).... 635 

Heady, M. (Matthew) 1769 

Hedge, Francis D. (V. Brew- 
ster) 1683 

Heebner, George (Sarah E.) . 1228 
Heermance, Dr. (J. Du Bois) . 191 
Heermans, Lena (M. Myn- 

derse) 552 

Philip (M. Fel- 
lows) 777 

Phcebe (Alonzo I.) 777 
Sarah A. (Nile F.). 780 
Hegeman, Adriaen (C. Mar- 

Rits) 1370 

Arthur W. ( 1 884-) 1694 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXVll 



608 



931 

1007 



N? 
Hageman, Clarence ( 1 896-). . 1651 
Harold W. (1884-) 1648 
John G. (1890-).. 1650 
Margery A. (1882-) 1647 
Ralph M. (1896-). 1652 
Wm. W. (Mar- 
garet G.) 1 37° 

(See also Hagerman.) 
Henderson, Jas. C. (C. Fiero). 
Martha N. (Lu- 
cas) 

Hendricks, Cath. (A. Ooster- 

hout) 

Clarence (M. Lu- 
ther) 

Clarence A. 

. (1885-) 1734 

Fred. M. (1880-82)1733 
Margaret (Tjerck) 561 
Martin E. (Har- 
riet A.) 1002 

Nathan (Mar- 
garet) 705 

Tryntje (A. Van- 

derheul) 8 

Hendrickson, Hannah (S. 

Valentine) 1441 

Hendrix, Harmen 1 

Henry, Florence (J. Birdseye) 1036 

Mary A. (j. Beattie).. 717 

Herman, Almira (Nicholas).. 1227 

Hertell, John C. (Lorinda).. . 1808 

Hess, Benj. (Eleanor) 538 

Heyn, Piet Pietersen (Ad- 
miral) 

Hicks, Jacob (Elizabeth) .... 

Sherwood (Sarah) .... 

Hilton, Cath. V. (J. Packard). 

Hoag, Florence (J. Dunning). 

Frank (M. Beach) 

Hoffman, Mary W. (F. Rey- 
nolds) 832 

Tjaatje (E. Bogar- 

dus) 

Hollenbeck, Alida (J. Staats). 
Hollyday, Rebecca (N. Ham- 
mond) 

Holmes, (Col.) 

Robert (F. Henry).. 
S. Perry (M. Ham- 
mond) 1306 

William 1306 

Hommel, Hannah (Isaac) 988 

Leah (T. Van S teen- 
berg 558 

Hoogland, Dirk K. (J. Sev- 

erns) 410 

Geo. (Mary) 159 



1 

210 

1518 

1413 
1679 
1679 



15 

234 

52 

167 

1210 



N? 

Hoogland, Henry (Rebecca). 367 

Maria (Henry) 410 

Hoogteyling, Marg. (C. Du 

Bois) 94 

(See also Hotaling.) 
Hoornbeck, Jacob, Lieut. - 

Col 65 

Hoover, Sarah A. (David).. . 1760 

Hopkins, Elba (Catharine).. . 1059 

Hornbeck, Cornelius 114 

H. C. (Jane De 

Witt) 494 

Hotaling, Anne 954 

Charles (1840-).... 958 

Gerrit 956 

John 950 

Joshua 952 

Margaret 951 

Mary 957 

Peter I. (Anne) 544 

Philip 953 

Sarah 955 

Hotchkiss, Eliz. (Dirrick C.).. 492 

Hough, Geo. W. (E. Shear).. 1668 

Houghtaling, Jan W 1 

Houser, Margaret (C. Wirtz) . 394 

Houston, Harriet (J. Booth). 784 

Hover, Alida (b. and d. 1822) 1016 

Amos (183 5-) 1017 

Frederick T. (183 9-). 1018 

" John (Alida) 568 

Martin H. (1842-). . . 1019 

Howell, Eliza (A. Ten Broek) 231 

Phcebe (A. Scudder). ,652 

Hunt, Delia (C. Wilcox) 800 

" Rachel (Isaac) 652 

(Grissel) 448 

Hurley — the name 1 

Hussey, Aantje (J. Schoon- 

maker) 114 

Anne (J. Hendricks) 23 

Lydia (J. Macy).... 815 

Huybertse, Lambert 1 

Huyck, Leiza (Hezekiah) . . . . 993 

Irion (Anna Raguet) 1216 

Ives, Roxana (O. Atwood).. . 1219 

James, Christopher C. (Marie) 1487 

Geo. S. (1887-) 1722 

Henry L. (M. Simp- 
son) 808 

" James A. (P. Ed- 
wards) 1487 

• " Lillie R. (1885-) 1721 

Jameson, Arthur S. (1884-).. 1678 

Charles B. (1876-). 1678 

Florence E. (1878-) 1678 



XXV111 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Jameson, Henry W. (H. Dun- 
ning) 1678 

John (R. Stedman) . 1678 
Jamison, James B. (Louisa 

A.) 1154 

Jannev, John L. (Matilda 

E".) 1 1 16 

Janse, Anneke (E. Bogardus) 4 

" Lysbet (F. Bloodgood) 2 

Marselis 1 

" Mary tje (Cornelius).. . 1 

Jansen, Catharine (1 785-1856) 269 

Cornelius (Jane) 99 

Ellen (Anthony R.) . 480 
Gertje (bap. witness). 6 

" (Dirck Foec- 

ken) 7 

Grietje (17 78-) 266 

Henry T 480 

Johannes (A. Schep- 

moes) 95 

John C. (1782-1856). 268 
Lubbert. Intro., p. 6. 
Margaret (Johannes) . 9 5 

Margaret (17 78-) 266 

11 Maryeitje (1781-). . . 267 
Matthys (R. Popinga) 29 
Roelof (Ant je Webber) 4 
Sarah R. (H. Kier- 

sted) 4 

Jarrett, Amanda (Alfred H.) . 1602 
Jaubert, Rosalie (John E.)... 944 
Java, Island of. . .Intro., p. 2 
Jaycox, Mary M. (William A.) 1385 
Johnson, Edward (M. C. Bar- 
roll).. '774 

Jones, Adrian 697 

Catharine (C. B. Skin- 
ner) 743 A 

Margaret (Philip V.) . . 1603 a 
Mary (Jos. Randell) . . 698 

Phoebe (Isaac) 371 

Sarah (Win. Kearney). 699 
Theodore (M. V. Men- 

eley) 1106 

" (Sarah) .. 379 

Jordan, Lafayette (Pamelia 

W.) 1190 

Joris, Hillegond..( Intro, p. 7) 

Keady, M. (Matthew) 1769 

Kearney, Wm. (Sarah J.) . . . 699 

Kearns, Olive M. (J. Beattie) . 1 2 1 1 

Keese, John M. (Catharine B.) 476 

Kelley, Ellie (George C.) 1614 

Kelly, Joanna (U. Lawrence) 333 

Kemble, Warren, Dr 317 

Kempton, Thos., Dr. (Emily). 1220 



N? 
Kenderdine, Anna (Henry 

Nippes) 1 158 

Kennedy, Mary (Daniel Kel- 
ley) 1614 

Kern. John M. (Anna Ruehl). 209 
Kieft (Director General.) In- 
tro, p. 6 

Kiersted, Antje (Evert) 4 

Cornelia (G. Man- 
cms) 295 

Christopher (L. Du 

Bois) 351 

Hans (S. R. Jansen) 4 

James (182 1-) 605 

John (Cornelia).. . . 351 
" (M. A. Lock- 
wood) 603 

Roelof (Eyke Roosa) 4 
" Dr.(aschep- 

en) 1 

Tobias 606 

Wynkoop (1818-). 604 
Wyntje (Jan De 

Wit) 24 

Kimball, John P 321 

Kimble, Eliza C. (1833-) 998 

Hezekiah D. (1831-). 997 
John H. (1843-).... IOO ° 

John P. (Alida) 553 

Sarah M. (W. Kim- 
ble) 999 

Warren (S. M. Kim- 
ble) 999 

King, Andrew (J. Stanton). . 820 

Jared (Mary A.) 1050 

" William (Eliza) 587 

" (Sarah Corbett).. 1083 

Kingsley, Alvah C. (Chloe 

Baker) 1046 

Amanda ( Al- 

drich) I 5 I 9 

Caroline O. (John). 1043 
Elizabeth R. 

(Thomas) 1046 

Kingston, N. Y. — the name. . 1 

Kip, Tryntje H. (A. Vander- 

heul) 8 

Knight, Wm. (Elizabeth V.) . 1791 
Knowls, Elizabeth (William 

H.) 1006 

Koens, Alida (Jacobus) 167 

Kool, Cornelius 13 

Gertrude (Derrick) ... . 13 
Hendrickje (T. Louw). 71 
{See also Cole.) 
Kreider, Aelthra J. (Henry 

M.) 1368 

Krom, Joanna (Sam. Krom) . 481 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXIX 



N? 
Krom, Samuel (Joanna 

Krom) 48 1 

Sarah M. (Harden- 

bergh) 481 

Krusen, Charles (A. Craven). 392 
Elizabeth (E. Van- 

uxem) 392 

Kunst, Jan B. (J. Slecht).. . . 5 

Kuypers, Anne "(Nicholas) ... 46 

Henry 46 

Kype, Roelof de 8 



La Montagne, Wm. (secre- 
tary) 

Langedyck, Jan. J. (bap. wit.) 
Maria J. (Corne- 
lius) 

Langendyck, Cornelius (J. 

Wolven) 

Maria (Peter) . . . 

Langmate, Burt 

Clinton 

Eunice 

Oliver (Ella O.) . . 

Theodore 

Willis 

Langstroth, Mary (William) . 

Lanning, Amos (Lois Reed) . . 

Amos (E. Wilkins). 

David (C. Brear- 

lev) 

Elizabeth (S. Van 

Arsdalen) 

Gerardus (A. Nor- 
ton) 

Isaac (R. Van 

Schaick) 

Phoebe (C.Torbert). 

Ralph (Mary) 

" A 

Rebecca (S. Prall).. 
Theodore (E. Van 

Schaick) 

Wm. (C. Burroughs) 
Lansing, Abm. (1777 : d. in 

inf.) 

" (1782: d. in 
inf) 

" (I793-) 

Alida (1787-) 

Cornelia (1794-) . . . 

Elizabeth (1788-).. 

Garret A. (Eliza- 

_^ beth) 

Gerrit 

Isaac W. (Eleanor). 

Jacob W. (Lany)... 

James (1791-)." 



560 

560 

1736 

1738 
1740 

1528 

1 739 

1737 

375 

654 

1068 

1069 

1070 

1071 

1064 

1065 

654 

io 73 
1067 

1066 
1072 

744 

745 
75i 
748 

75 2 
749 

4i7 

747 
538 
53 6 

750 



N? 
Lansing, James W. (1783: d. 

in inf.). ... 746 

John (1797-) 753 

Robert (1800-) . ... 754 

Sarah (1802) 755 

William (A. Fonda) 536 

Larkin, Eliza (E. Maginnis) . . 1428 

La Roe, Wm. (Sarah) 130 

Larreway, Cath. (1781-) 313 

David (177 9-). .. . 312 

Wm. (Sarah) 130 

Lasell, Sam. M. (Lydia S.) . . . 806 

Lathrop, Lucretia (W.Wurts) 392 

Lawrence, Albert ( Mver, 

M. Britt) 583 

Aletta (J. Beek- 

man) . . . 11 

Anna (H. Myer) . . 574 
Chauncey M. 

(1813-) 58o 

Elizabeth (A. Rob- 
inson) 1 534 

Evert W. (E. Van 

Wagenen) 573 

Horatio (M. Town- 
send) 578 

Lewis (M. Peck) . . 584 
" C. (1821-43) 581 
Lomira (S. Ham- 
mond) 577 

Maria (1795-1815) 571 

" (H.Wells).. 585 
Marilla A. (H. 

Wickes) 579 

Merchant (Sarah). 333 

Neeley (C. Wall).. 333 

Roswell (Leah) ... 334 

(C. Brett) 575 

Sarepta (W. Mver) ^76 

Tjerck (H. Sax). . 572 

Uriah (J. Kelly).. 333 

Wynkoop 582 

Leavell, Wm." T. (Marv E.) . . 1 191 

Ledley, Margaret (C. Dick).. 396 
Lefferts, Edw. V. (M. Went- 

worth) 739 

Eliz.V. (I. Covert).. 737 

Helen (C. Macy) ... 1664 
Henry W. ( M. 

Reeder) 738 

11 Jas. L. (M. Ross)... 740 

Jan (Susannah) 397 

Left ert ( A . Du B ois) . 385 
Mary H. W. (T. 
Clarkson, L. H. 

Owen) 742 

Reading B. (E. Bar- 
den) 741 



XXX 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Lefferts, Sarah W. (W. Mont- 
gomery) 736 

Worth (C. Mc Kinney) 743 

Legg, Leah (Tobias) 40 

Leidy, Charles 1644 

" Frank L 1645 

" George 1642 

" Harriet ^43 

" Sam. H. (Helen) !345 

Le Mestre, Charlotte (D. 

Streing) 1428 

Lemon, Adrian 700 

Margaret 702 

Sarah 701 

William (Hannah)... 380 
Lcmpriere, Margaret (N. 

Hammond) 52 

Leverich, Patience (H. Stan- 
ton) 206 

Lewis, Huldah (S. Young).. . 1300 

Lickens, Esther (D. Yerkes) . 411 

Lillie, John (S. Hasbrouck) . . 824 

Litchfield, Leonard (Maria).. 966 
Lockwood, Maria A. (J. Kier- 

sted) 603 

Thomas S 603 

Loew, Anne (Henry) 317 

Lombaert, Chas. (A. Arndt) . 392 
Herman J. (Mar- 

garctta) 392 

Mary A. (P. G win- 
ner) 392 

Susan (J. Van- 

uxem) 392 

Lo ,?g- Jj \ (Peter) 546 

Longstreet (Eliz. Ten Broek). 227 
Lounsbury, Eliz. (P. Water- 
bury) 458 

Louw, Catharine (Maj. Adri- 

aan) 63 

Margaret (C. Ten 

Broek) 71 

Timothy (H. Kool)... 71 

Low, Hannah (Hezekiah A.) . 588 

Lubens, Abner (Mary) 1788 

Lucas, Adrian 695 

William 696 

(Elizabeth) 378 

Ludlum, Gabriel W., Judge.. 464 
Julia F. (A. Has- 
brouck) 464 

Luff, George (Elizabeth T.).. 1583 
Lyman, Albert G. (Adelaide 

) 1257A 

LoisW. (Albert H.) 1257A 

McCartee, Rev. Dr. Robert. . 891 

" Cawley, Chas. G. (Col.) ... 435 



N? 

McConald, Philip (Jane) 338 

' Cormack, Helen D 1362 

John G. (-1889). 1361 

Patrick (Delia). 795 

" Cune, Jane (David) 668 

" " (Phoebe Cor- 

bett).. 1084 

" Duffie, Anna V. (1859-) • • I ^4 I 
Ferdinand (Deb- 
orah) 1 33& 

" " Frank A. (1857-).. 1640 

Louis N. (1855-).. 1639 

Neal 1338 

" Eachen 891 

' Farlin, Martha (Gershom) 446 
" Gill, Matilda (George C.).. 857 
" Glesshan, Jane E. (J. Mont- 
gomery) 1 508 

" Keene, Ella (Tobias) 593 

" Kesson, John 292 

" Kinney, Clara (W. Lefferts) 743 
" Knight, John W. (V. 

Brewster) 1 683 

" Lure, Anne (John) 1 7 59 

" Nair, Anne (David) 374 

" Charles (Elizabeth) . 683 

" J as. B. (Catharine). 684 

" Mary (S. Baker) 1183 

" Matilda (Gerardus) . 682 

" " Wm., Rev 1171 

" Neely. (See Meneley) . . . . 664 

" Niel, J. M. (Anna) 845 

" Nutt, Tohn C. (Marv). . . . 1134 
" Whirter, Helen A. (A. W. 

Smith) 1693 

Macy, Alan Dent (1900-) . . . . 1751 

Anna K. (189 2-) 1747 

Augusta ( 1 868-) 1662 

Carle ton (H. Lefferts). 1664 

Carroll (1870-) 1663 

Charles (1896-) 1749 

Edith (b. andd. 1866). 1661 

Helena (1894-97) 1748 

Josiah (Lvdia Hussey) 815 
H* (J. Carpen- 
ter) 1396 

Leda (R. Underbill). . 1660 

Lydia H. (J. Stanton) 815 
Malcolm Dunbar 

(1902-) I 75 IA 

Marion M. (1890-).. . . 1746 

Walter (1860-85) 1658 

Wm. A. (M. Wright).. 1659 

Wm. A. (1898-)... . . . 1750 

Maersten, Cornells (bp. wit.) . . 8 

Magee, Mary (Charles) 679 

Maginnis, Anna E. (Richard). 1428 

Edward (E.Larkin) 1428 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXXI 



N? 

Malin, Florence (H. Martin) . 878 

" Henry C. (1871-1903). 876 

Henry E. (Mary) 505 

Madeline (18 7 2-) 877 

Mancius, Cornelia (Cornelius) 295 
Geo. W. (C. Kier- 

sted) 295 

Mandeville, Sarah M. (J. 

Zabriskie) 1687 

Manley, Dr. (Health Officer). 890 

Marbletown — the name 1 

Margits, Kathryna (A. Hege- 

man) I 37° 

Marquet (Eliza Ten 

Broek) 561 

Marriston, Wvnet (Elias)... . 1795 

Martin, Hubert (F. Malin).. . 878 

John W 1 141 

Margaret J . S 1 1 43 

Maria P 1144 

Sarah (Garret) 381 

" R 1142 

William (Eliza) 670 

Martindale, Chas. (M. Newell) 1039 
Marvell, Geo., Lieut. (Anna). 11 58 
Mason, Sarah E. (W. Dodge). 11 51 
Matthews, Asenath (R. Bur- 
roughs) 1072 

E. L. (Kate) 1314 

Elizabeth L. 

(1879-) 1314 

Matthysze, Barbara (Corne- 
lius) 28 

Maud, Joshua (E. Parr) 52 

" Margery (T. Fisher) . . 52 
Maxwell, Guy (Nelly Van 

Steinberg) 138 

Mead, Rachel (J. Campbell) . 895 

Meneley, Amos (Susan) 664 

Garret (1831-36). . . 1105 

John (C. Brown).. . 11 04 

Mary V. (T. Tones). 1106 
Rosalie A. (G. Cor- 

bett) 1 103 

Meyer, Alida (Evert) 132 

Annatje (Gerrit) 1802 

Anne (1782—) 330 

Benjamin (1788— )... . 332 

Catharine (177 7—) .... 328 

Christian (Anne) 135 

Cornelius (1764-) .... 322 

Henry (1 768-) 324 

Hezekiah (177 5-) ... . 327 
Jacob (L. Van Steen- 

berg) 559 

Jane (178 5-) 331 

Johannes 135,136 

John W. (S. Newkirk) 132 



Meyer, Jonathan (1766-) 

Leah (177 o— ) .... 

Maria (Hezekiah) 

" (1780-)... 

Sarah (17 73-) . . • 

Middagh, Joseph (Mary) . 

Middle ton, Mr. ( Fulton) 



N° 

3 2 3 
3 2 5 
136 

3 2 9 
326 
871 
149 
631 
805 
1450 
i45° 



Miller, Catharine (Alonzo) 

" Elizabeth C. (Peter) 

Mary A. (C. Scrymser) 

" " (Cornelius)... 

" William (commissioner) 292 

Mills, Aurelia (Rev. Stephen) 677 

" Elizabeth (R. Stanton) 819 

11 Mr. ( Corbett) 1085 

Monge, Rachel W. (Benja- 
min) 765 

Monroe, James (Col.) (a guest) 157 
Montgomery, Margaret 

(David). ... 1 145 
Mary (H. 

Watson) ... 1252 
Millie (J. Bur- 

hans) 1508 

Wm. H. (S. 

Lefferts) ... 736 

Moore, Christiana (Ninolia) . . 779 

David (E. Fullerton) . 779 

Emily P. (J. Beattie) . 717 

Eugene R. (Mary V.). 1307 

Moorhead, Harriet A. (R. 

Beattie) 1209 

More, Anne Eliza (Isaac).. . . 917 
Morgan, Kate H. (H. Sharpe) 1399 
Wm. F., Rev. Dr.. . 1399 
Morris, Hannah J. (W. Wirtz) 394 
Stuyvesant F. (Eliza- 
beth) . . . . 1 58 1 

Mortimer, Mary E. (Harrison) 1571 
Morton, Abby A. (I. Plum- 

mer) 1184 

Caroline (O. Hankes) 13 71 

Mosgrove, Jane (John) 669 

Mott, Jonas (L. Mumford).. . 1437 
Motto — the family. Intro., p. 7 
Mountz, Julia A. (Garret) ... 710 

Mozier, Anne E. (Isaac) 917 

Muhlenburgh (anecdote) 157 

Mumford, Albert G. (J.Camp- 
bell) 1437 

Munson, Isaac D. (1833-). . . 1829 

Jabez (Elizabeth)... 1828 

Murray, Elizabeth (Cornelius) 1785 

" (B. Hagerman) 1790 

Francenia (Nicholas) 393 

Myer, Henry (A. Lawrence).. 574 

" Wm. F. (S. Lawrence) 576 

" (Albert Lawrence) 583 



XXX11 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 

Myers, Alida K. (Jacobus).. . 167 

Christian 136 

Johannes 135, 136 

Myndertse, Nelly (Henry) ... 552 

Neeley, Anna (M. Lawrence). 7,7,7, 
Newell, Cath. A (T. Worth- 

ington) 1042 

David F. (1820: d. in 

inf.) . . . ; 1041 

Geo. W. (A. J. Slack) 1037 

John (Catharine) .... 639 

" B. (E. Tillver). 1038 
Margaret N. (C.Mar- 

tindale) io 39 

Sydonia N. (1819-).. 1040 
Newkirk, Adrian G. (L. Brink) 9 

Arietta (P. Du Bois) 188 
Christopher W. 

(1826-) 863 

Christopher (Elea- 
nor) 489 

Cornelius (R. Ten 

Eyck) 157 

Elizabeth 865 

Hendrika (Corne- 
lius) 9 

Henrv 868 

Tane." 864 

John 867 

Marv 866 

Mary (Evert) 1796 

" Sarah (J. Meyer)... 132 

Nippes, Emily G. (Henry).. . 115S 

Xiver, Florence (Edward J.). 1387 
Noorstrand, Magdalen (W. 

Stewart) 459 

Norman, Hannah (Abraham) 431 
Norton, Amanda (G. Lan- 

ning) 107 1 

Nostran, Abigail (T. Dun- 
ning) 889 

O'Harra, Addie Belle 1553 

Alanson Gerardus. . 1547 
Anne M. (J. Rea- 
son) io 99 

Asenath Anne x 539 

Atta Rosalie 1536 

Bertha Belle 1551 

Ella A. (i860-).... 1535 

Ernest Beach 1556 

Garret W. (R. 

Bailey) 1098 

Gerardus M. (1841-) 1102 

Iva 1555 

Tas. G. (Jane Beach) 1097 

JohnF 1537 



O'Harra, Joseph (Mary A.) . . 

" Bailey 

" Harrison 

Mary Elizabeth. . . . 

" Gertrude 

Myrtle Ella 

Ola Esmond 

Olive B 

Russell B. (S. Ses- 

sler) 

Wm. M. (E. Beach) 
Oosterhoudt, Anna (J. Hen- 
dricks) 

Janneke (Jaco- 
bus) 

Osborne, Martha E. (Benja- 
min) 

Osburne, Abigail (Cornelius). 

Osterhoudt, Anna E. (1865-). 

Jas. I. (1875-).. 

Lawrence H. 

(Sarah) 

Marv (187 1-)... 

Willis (1862-)... 

Owen, Levi H. (M. Lefferts).. 

Owens, (Elizabeth) 



N° 
663 
1540 
1546 
1538 
*549 
155° 
!554 
!55 2 

IIOO 
IIOI 

561 

303 

1282 
170 

1514 

1516 

1007 

1515 

!5i3 

742 

1777 

1418 



Packard, Benj. F. (1829-94) 
" Cath. (James Cass- 

idy) 1665 

M. (1827-42). 1417 

Chas. I. (H. Brooks) 141 2 
Edw. W. (E. Bly- 

denburgh) 1667 

Eleanor M. (A. V. 

Hatch) 1677 

Geo. W. (1820- 

19°!) J 4i4 

Harriet W. (J. 

Shear) 14 11 

Isaac (E. Rawson) . 886 

James B T 675B 

John Q. (1822-).... 1415 

" " 1675A 

Joseph (Sarah) 886 



1413 
1419 

1676 
1666 



(C. Hilton) 
Juliana G. (D. 

Wells) 

Margaret A. (E. Al- 
bert) 

Mary (Edwin Ellis). 
Oscar (F. Worth- 

ington) 1408 

Robert L. (1825-77) 1416 

Sarah (1813-) 1410 

Wynkoop (181 1-64) 1409 
Pancha, Frances (B. Elliott). 728 
Parr, Catharine 52 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXXlll 



N? 
Parr, Elizabeth (J. Maud).. . 52 
Patterson, William (Emeline 

E.) 1166 

Paulson, K. P. (Mary) 1511 

Pawling, Albert (M. Ten Eyck) 256 
Anne (T. De Witt). 70 

Levi (Col.) 63 

(Judge) 292 

Paxson, Jonathan (Martha).. 1234 

Joseph (Frances) .. . 1235 

Payne, John (A. Barroll) .... 773 

Peck, Benj. (Jane Britt) 344 

" Marg. (L. Lawrence).. 584 

Penniman, Obadiah 419 

Perkins, Anne (John S.) 586 

Perrine, Gertrude (J. Davis). 491 

Persen, Catrina (Isaac Post). 550 

Maria (E. W. Swart). 119 

Matthew (Catharine) . 100 

Peters, Hendrick , 1 

Petersen, Reyndert 1 

Petrie, Malcolm (Rachel V.). 1392 
Petrikin, Margaret M. (C. 

Packard) 1423 

Petterson, Geo. (M. M. Bim- 

per) 65 

Phelps, Abigail (Isaac Mills). 677 

Philipsen, Gysbert 1 

Pierce, Ebenezer (Hannah).. 798 

Mary A. (John) 1053 

Setti (A. Scribner) ... 798 
Pierson, C. C. (Martha Ha- 

worth) 1243 

John W. (Sarah Rad- 
ford) I2 43 

Pinckney, Sarah (E. Du 

Bois) 854 

Piper, Margaret (John) 709 

Plummer, Agnes S. (J. Dur- 

yea) 1184 

Isaac W. (A. Mor- 
ton) 1 184 

Jerome S. (C. De 

Witt) 1 7 14 

Pook, Harriet (Cornelius D.) . 1450 
Popinga, Aeltje T. (J. Beek- 

man) 11 

Rachel (M. Jansen) 33 
Porter, Elbert S. (Eliza K.).. 807 

I3 82 

Eliza Gosman 138 1 

Margaret W.(d. in inf.) 1377 

Mary Joanna 1 37% 

Silvester W. (-1884). 1379 
Susannah R. (G. Du- 
bois) 1380 

Porterfield, Martha J. (J. 

Coulehan) T 30 7 



N? 

Post, Abraham (E. Blossom) 611 

Abram (Leah) 354 

B en j amin (Catharine) . . 131 

Isaac (C. Persen) 550 

John (A. Schoonmaker) . 612 

Magdalena 610 

Maria ( Seveson) . . 314 

(Everett H.) 550 

Peter 613 

Potter, Frances B. (J. S. 

Clark) 1432 

Potts, George H *57 8 

Helen H. (Gerardus) . . 1578 

" Samuel (Maria T.).. . • 673 

Prall, Simon (R. Lanning).. . 1067 

Price, Sarah (Jacobus V.) . . . 423 

Provoost, Benjamin 2 

Pruyn, Emma J. (S. Wood).. 1269 

Helen (S. Wood) 1269 

Lansing (S. Saltus) . . 1269 
Sam. (H. Vander- 

voort) 1269 

Puffer, Wm. L. (A. W. 

Bailey) 1256 

Putnam, Elizabeth (Evert). . 539 

Quackenbos, Geo. P. (L. Dun- 
can) 1671 

Margaret (Peter) 510 
Mary L. (T. R. 

Shear) 167 1 

John (C. De 

Witt) 510 

Quick (Harriet B.) i:n 59 

Radford, Cath. W. (J. Pier- 
son) 1247 

Edw. D. (1835-39). 1240 
Geo. C. (b. and d. 

1848) 1245 

Henry W. (b. and d. 

1848) 1246 

Mary H. (1839-).. . 1242 

Sam. C. (Mary H.). 726 

" H. (1846-90). 1244 

Sarah F. (1836-38). 1241 

" " (J. Pierson) 1243 

Raguet, AnnaW. ( Irion) 12 16 

Augusta A. (L. M. 

Thorn) 12 14 

Charles M. (B. Ed- 
wards) 1217 

Claudine 721 

Conde (Fannie ) 12 13 

Henry (Marcia Tow- 
ers) 720 

" (Pamie Starr) 121 5 
James M. (Anne) ... 391 



XXXIV 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Raguet, James (XL Thomp- 
son) 719 

Michael (A. Vilmi- 

not) 391 

Ramsay, Frank I. (Ella May). 162 5 a 

Ramsey, Nancy D. (J. Young) 1300 

Randell, George (Mary) 70S 

Jos. (Mary Jones). . . 698 

Sarah (Adrian) 154 

Rawson, Eunice (I. Packard). 886 

Reading, Anne (C. Beattie).. 390 

Reason, Chas. C. (1865-).. . . 1542 

" James W. (1869-).... 1544 

" John F. (1873-) x 545 

" John R. (A. O'Harra) 1099 

Mary A. (1863-) 1541 

Nettie W. (1867-).... 1543 

Redfield, Chas. T. (Fanny C.) 1367 

Reed, Ai F. (Frances A.) .... 161 6 

Lois (A. Lanning) .... 654 

Reeder, Amos 738 

Matilda M. (H. Lef- 

ferts) 738 

Reeve, Edith (John Q.) 1436 

Reinholdt, Mary E. (Henry). 1801 

Renwick, Mary A. (Isaac)... 1045 
Reynolds, Augustus W. (1S35- 

95) 

Francis W. (M. 

Hoffman) 

Henrv H. (Mary) . 
Sarah B. (1838-) . . 

Rider, Olivia 

Ridgley, Charles, M.D 

Nicholas (Chancel- 
lor) 

Roach, Mary (John) 

Robb, Elizabeth (W. McFar- 

lin 

Robinson, Alex. (E. Lawrence) 
" Marv E. (Cassius 

M.) 

Rockwell, Alice L. (1876-V. . 

Chas. (Alice L.) . . . 

Roel, Gustav M. (M. M. Bim- 

per) 

" Maria C. (Cornelius C). 

" Sabina (X. De Ronda) . 

Roeloffe, Sarah (H. Kiersted) 

Rogers, Amanda (P. Groat).. 

Rollins, Almira A. (Robert).. 

Rondout — the name 

Roosa, Andrew P. (Sarah). . . 

Anna (Peter P.) 

" Catharine J. (1823-) . 

Dirck (183 2-) 

Evke (R. Kiersted)... 
" LeahM. (1830-) 



S31 



832 
473 

$33 
619 

5 2 

5 2 
543 

446 

1534 

1534 
l6 35 
1319 

65 

65 

65 

4 

808 

764 

1 

488 

216 

858 

861 

4 
860 



N? 

Roosa, Marv (William D.) . . . 763 

" "(1826-) 859 

Rose, Ebenezer (E. Burrowes) 377 

" Stephen (Elizabeth) .. . 377 

Ross, Margaret (J. Lefferts).. 740 

Rubinkham, Nathan I. (Anna) 688 

Ruehl, Maria C. (Cornelius C.) 65 

Rumsey, Wm. (M. Britt).. . . 342 

Russell, Alida (Evert) 987 

Robert M. (A.Smith) 514 

Rutse, Jacob 1 

Ryder, P. P. (artist) 491 

Ryerson, Jan 1 

Rysdyck, Isaac, Rev 96 



Saltus, Anna M. (L. Pruyn) . . 
Sammons, Elizabeth (1780-). 

Jane (1779-) 

Johannis (Mar- 



garet) 



(1784-) 



Sandy, Eliza (Strickland) .... 

Sax, Anne (183 1-) 

" Evert (1826-) 

Frederick (M. Dederick) 

" Frederick T. (18 29-) . . . 

Hannah (T. Lawrence) . 

" John P. (Elizabeth) 

" Maria (1S31-) 

Paulus (A. Snyder) 

Sayre, Angelica (L. Bridge- 
man) 

Schaets, Gideon, Rev 

Schelinger, Emma J. (George) 
Schenck, Carlie Marie (Daniel 

W.) 

Schepmoes, Anna (J. Jansen) 
" Arriaentje (Evert) 
Derrick (G. Tap- 
pen) 

Janz I 

Johannes 

Schermerhorn, Alida (Wil- 
liam) 

Charity (Wil- 
liam) 

Gerretje (Wil- 
liam) 

Jane (Tobias). 
Schmidt, Elizabeth (N. Trom- 

bour) 

Schoonmaker, Adelaide (J. 

Post) 

" Anne (Corne- 
lius) . . . 
" (1800-).. 
Augustus 

( J 799-) 



1269 
908 

907 

725 
909 

657 
1015 
1012 

572 
1013 

572 

567 
1014 

567 

1318 

1 

1281 

1580 

95 
112 

112 
112 

2 

138 

138 

138 
141 

3 T 9 
612 

114 
923 

469 



VVynkoop Genealogy 



XXXV 



N? 
Schoonmaker, Benjamin (C. 

Du Puis) ... 26 
Cornelius 

(i794-) 467 

Cornelius C. . . . 292 
David (1793-). 921 
Edward (Cor- 
nelia) 103 

Egbert, Capt. . 2 
Egbert P. 

(Cornelia). . . 570 
Elizabeth (B. 

Du Puis) ... 24 
Helen (Corne- 
lius) 1809 

Henry (1758-) 270 

" (1802-) 470 

" (Alida) 562 

" H.(Anna) 209 

Hezekiah 

(I79 1 -) 466 

Isaiah (1794-) 922 
Jane (1791-) . . 920 
" A.(i82 4 -) 1009 
Jesse (1809-) . 472 
Joachim (A. 

Hussey), 23, 24, 
26, 27, 114 
Johannes (C. 

DuBois)... 181 
John M. (E. 

Eltinge) 995 

John T. (Anne) 530 
JohnW.(i8o5-) 471 
Jonathan 

(1796-) 468 

" Margriet (M. 

Du Puis) ... 23 
MaryE.(i8oi-) 924 
" " (Myn- 

dert) . 1020 
Sarah (J. Du 

Puis) 27 

Syntje (Jaco- 
bus) 528 

Tjerck(i82o-) 1008 
Tryntje (Jaco- 
bus) 528 

Schuneman, Wm. (E. De 

Meyer) 280 

Schureman, Cath. (Richard) . 891 
Jas. (E. William- 
son) 891 

Schut, Cath. (Johannes E.) . . 36 
Schuyler, Cath. (A. Van Vech- 

ten) 237 

Eleanor (D. Wil- 
liamson) 891 



N° 

Schuyler, Philip, Gen'l 167 

Philip P. (A. Wen- 
dell) 237 

Rosina (P. Van 

Steenberg) 316 

Scribner, Abigail (S. Pierce) . 798 
Scrymser, Chas. A. (M. Miller) 1450 

Scudder, Maria (Isaac) 652 

Seaman, Hannah W. (S. Un- 
derbill) 1660 

Seaton, Mary (J. Vining) .... 425 

William 425 

Seaward, Amos (1828-29) . . . 1295 
Benj. W. (1830-).. 1296 
Hannah J. (183 2-) . 1297 
Ophelia C. (183 5-). 1298 
William (Julia) .... 776 
" F. (1838-). 1299 
Sessler, Sarah E. (R. 

O'Harra) 11 00 

Severns, Johanna (D. Hoge- 

land) 410 

John (S. Stoothorl). 410 

Seveson, (Maria Post) . . 314 

Seymour, Nathan H. (Mar- 
tha) 676 

Sharp, Alida (Cornelius) 350 

Sharpe, Cath. L. (I. Daven- 
port) 1400 

Geo. H. (C. Has- 

brouck) 827 

Henry (H. Has- 

brouck) ... 207 
" G. (K.Morgan) 1399 

Isaac 176 

Rachel (Abram) 176 

Severyn B ^Q^ 

Shaw, James (M. Boylyn) ... 892 
Jane S. (Jefferson).. . . 892 
Shear, Emma C. (G. W. 

Hough) 1668 

Frederic D. (1878-)... 1753 

Geo. PaynQ. (1876-99) 1752 

Harriet J. (E. Cardoze) 1670 

" Isabella (1855-62).. . . 1675 

Jacob (Mary Tripp). . 141 1 

" H. (H.Packard) 141 1 

" Josephine S. (G. Dor- 

rance) 1672 

" Kate M. (C. Clover).. 1674 
Louise Q. (1881-) .... 1755 
Orville Aug. (1843-).. 1669 

Oscar (1851-53) 1 ^73 

Theodore L. (1880-).. 1754 
R. (M. L. 
Quackenbos) 1 6 7 1 

Shelmire (Henrietta 

Fetter) 410 



XXXVI 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 

Shclmire, Wm. (Sarah R.) ... 1 177 

Sherrill, Chas. H. (Sarah) .... 1434 

" " (1867-).. . . 1692 

Darius (M. Day).. . . 1434 

Mary J * 1691 

Shield of a Wynkoop, Intro., 

p. 4- 
Shipman, Agnes G. (J. Camp- 

bell).. 1438 

Chas. W. (A. Cul- 
ver) 1438 

Shurman, Eliza (John) 982 

Sible, Abram (Alida E.) T 339 

Silver piece from fleet of P. 

Heyn Intro., p. 3 

Silvester, Anna M. (Augustus) 213 
Lydia (John C.) . . . 205 
Peter (J. Van 

Schaack) 205 

Simpson, Albert 808 

Caroline (T. C. Strat- 

ton) 808 

Elbridge (Mary 1.). 808 
" ' H. (d. in 
inf.)... . 
John B. (E. Tucker) 
Lucy I. (1857-80).. 
Maria (II. James) . . 

Sims, Joseph (Anne ) — 

" Sarah W. (Benjamin).. 
Skinner, Charles B. (C. Jones) 



808 
808 

1383 

80S 

175 

175 

743 A 

743 A 
1037 



Emma (Franklin). 
Slack, Amelia J. (G. Newell) 

Slade, Mrs. Fannie 1436 

Slaght, Takomvntie 5 

Slecht, C. B...'. . .' 1 

( T.BarendsenKunst, ) 
" J.-j Gerrit Foocken, [• 5 
( Jan Eltinge. ) 

Smedes, Garritje (J. Ten 

Broek) 73 

Petrus (C. Du Bois)73,292 

Sarah (Dirck) 292 

Smedlev, Tames (Executor).. 180 

" ' - (Eunice) 180 

Smeeton, Edw. W. (Mary T.). 1492 
Smith, Addison W. (H. Me. 

Whirter) I ^93 

" Amelia (R. Russel).. . 514 
Charles (Charlotte) ... 181 2 

S. 1694 

" Dora Eloise (deceased) 1695 
Edith Reeve (deceased) 169 6 
Elias E. (Susan B.) . . . 1165 
Hannah (E. Mumford) 1437 
Mehetable (J. Brear- 

lev) 1069 

" Russell (Julia A.) 1435 



Smith, Russell (deceased) 

" R. B., Rev. Dr 

Stephen (D. Harrison) 
Timothy T. (Sarah) . . 

" (Cora) 

" (Martha J.) 

Smouse. Mary (William) 

Sncll, Cath. A. (Henry) 

Snyder, Anne (P. Sax) 

Eliza C. (Samuel)... 
Elizabeth (William). 

Maria (William) 

Susan (William) .... 

Win. H. (artist) 

Somers, Jane M. (William). . 
Souser, John (M. I)e Meyer). 
Spaan, Annetje (Adam Bahr) 

Spann, Elizabeth (John) 

Sparling, Elizabeth (Derrick 

C.) 

Harriet (Cornelius). 
Spencer. Charles (II. Spencer) 
Edna A. (1843-).... 
Gardner W. (Eliza- 
beth) 

Harriet M. (C. Spen- 
cer) 

lane A. (W. Cutler). 

Thomas (P. Graves). 

Springsted. Aaron 1 Sarah).. . 

Staats, Elsie ( I . Van Vech- 

ten) 

Johannes (A. Hollen- 

beck) 

Stannard. Geo. (C. De Witt). 
Stanton, Agnes (1S01: d. 

unm.) 

Augustus (1803-28). 
Cornelius (M. 

Stewart") 

Edwina H. (b. and 

d. 1821) 

George (A. Blanck). 
H. (S.Avery) 

Hcnrv (Maria) 

(P. Leve- 

rich) 

Hcnrv (181 2: d. v.) . 
" " (M. Corlies).. 
Jas. W. (L. Wood) . 
Jon. H. (L. Macv).. 
Josiah H. (J. Car- 
penter) 

Julia W. (A. King) . 
Lawrence W. (183;- 

43) -■ 

Lydia (d. very 
vounsf) 



X 9 
1697 

733 
I43S 

5 '4 
628 

•77 s 
671 

724 

567 
1 163 

1490 

1400 

MS" 
491 

1 I47 
284 

349 
362 

258 

486 

[356 

' 3 5 7 
791 

1355 
791 

549 
2 34 

234 

1714 

461 
462 

450 

81S 
206 

457 
206 

206 
814 
822 
817 
815 

1396 

820 

821 
1397 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXXVU 



N? 

Stanton, Margaret 822 

Mary C. (G. Event, 

J. Titus) 460 

MaryE. (T- Corlies). 816 
Richard (M. Water- 
bury) 458 

Richard E . ( E . Mills) 8 1 9 

Starr, Pamie O. (H. Raguet). 121 5 

Startzel, Alvin (Mary A.) .... 1134 
Stebbins, Gwendolyn (D. 

Geist) 1567 

Stedman, Rachel (J. Jameson) 1678 

Steel, Anne E. (J. Harvey) . . 1200 
" Chas. B. ~(b. and d., 

1838) 1206 

' ' Christina B . (182 5-) ... 1201 

" Jas. H. (1831-32) I2 o3 

" Mary B. (S.D.Harvey). 1207 
Reading B. (1829-47). 1202 
" Robert (M. Beattie).. . 716 
B. (1833-34) . . 1204 
" Sarah W. (1836-65).. . 1205 
Stevens, Margaret (W. Cor- 
nell) 1 1 60 

Stewart, Mary (C. Stanton).. 459 
Wm. (M. Noor- 

strand) 459 

Stockholm, Thomasine (Mat- 
thew) 373 

Stockton, Elizabeth ( R. 

Davis) 434 

Stoothoff, Sarah (J. Severns). 410 

Storey, Alex. (B. De Witt) . . 493 

Story, Anna J. (Henrv) 994 

Stout, Sam. (N. De Witt) ... 68 
Strang, Eliza C. (S. Brewster) 1427 
" Joseph W. (E. Bel- 
cher) 1428 

Josephine (T. Hay).. 143 1 
Lydia B. (Richard). . 1428 
Stratton, Ada M. (F. Gates) . 1360 
Thos. C. (C. Simp- 
son) 808 

Streing, Dan. (C. Le Mes- 

tre) 1427, 1428 

Strickland, Anne (Gerrit).. . . 37-2 

Miles 372 

Suber, Cath. (I. Van Hoorn) . 1781 

" (John) 1781 

John (C. Van Hoorn). 1781 

Suvdam, Maria (Tobias) 335 

Oke 207 

Swanenburg = Kingston 1 

Swart, Anna M. (1732-) 118 

Benjamin (1737— )... . 120 

Catrina (1742-) 122 

Cornelius (M. Beeck- 

man) 117 



N? 

Swart, Elizabeth (1745-) .... 123 
" Evert W. (M. Per- 

sen) 119 

" Gertrude (17 2 5-) 116 

" Johannes (Anne) 34 

" Tobias ( 1 740-) 121 

Swartwout, Anne (175 4-) 521 

Cornelius (1852: 

d. in inf.) 520 

Cornelius W. 

(i7 6 3-) 524 

Gerardus (1759-) 523 

Jacobus (1750-). 519 

Philip (Anne) ... 302 

" (1757-)-.. 522 
Sybrant, Wyntje (W.Bogar- 

dus) 15 

Tabor, Horace M. (E. At- 

wood) 1598 

Taggart, David (A. Du Bois). 386 

Talcott, Mary L. (Augustus). 834 

Tappen,. Annatje (1774— ) . . . . 277 

Catharine (1774-75). 276 

(1776-)... 278 

Christopher (Anne) . 107 

(C. Vas) 113 

(1785-) 279 

11 (i737T :d - 

in inf.) 296 

" (Anne 107) 299 

Cornelia (1763 : d. in 

inf.) 272 

Cornelia (17 70-) ... . 274 

(1740: d. in 

inf.) 298 

(1744-)...- 300 

Elsie (A. De La 

Mater) 12 

George (1772-) 275 

Grietje (D. Schep- 

moes) 112 

Maria (1 762-) 271 

Petrus (Tjaatje) 113 

(A. De Witt) 273 
(1738: d. in 

inf.) 297 

" (I748-) 301 

Pieter (B. Van Keu- 

ren) 28 

Teunis (S. Schep- 

moes) 28 

Taylor, Fred. M. (Mary I.).. 13 11 
Teeter, Margaret (H. Ham- 
mond) I 3°6 

Ten Broek, Abram (E. How- 
ell) 231 

Cath. (1726-).... 74 



XXXV111 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N<? 

Ten Brock, Cath. (A. Wil- 
liamson) . 224 
•' (1753-1826) 238 
Cornelia (Johan- 
nes) 2 

Cornelius (M. 

Louw) 71 

Cornelius (1757—: 

d. unm.) 

Dirk W. (C. Van 

Buren) 

Eliza (Tjerck). . . 561 
Elizabeth (C. Van 

Pelt, Long- 

street) 

Elizabeth (1755—) - J< 
Elsie (C. Decker). 
Hannah (J. Wil- 
liamson) 

Helen 242 

Helena (S. Beek- 

man) 23a 

Jacob (Elizabeth) 10 
G.Smedes) 7; 
" (C. Van 
Men).... 
(1750-76 . 
" (M. Wat- 
son") 244 

Tohn (C. TenEvek) 69 
•' •• (1730-)..... 217 

(1760-) 229 

Judith (T. Van 

Vechten) -2 

" . Magdalen a (1757—) 240 

Maria (bap. wit.). S 

Maria (H. De 

Witt) 70 

Maria (A. De La- 
mater) 

Maria (C. Bur- 

hans) 241 

Peter (1762: Rev. 

soldier) 2 ; 

Sacath.. 24; 

(A. De 

Lamater) S7 

Wessel 1 

" (bap. wit.) S 

" (X. De 

Witt)... 68 
" (B. Gaas- 

beek) ... S 7 

(Tohannes). 101 

" Eyek, Abraham (S. El- 
men dor f) 2^0 

Barend (Henri- 
etta") 0S4 



Ten Eyck, Blandina (b. abt. 
1774: unm.). . . . 
Blandina (A. De 

Witt) 

Caroline (1865—). . 
Cath. (J. Ten 

. Broek).. . 
• (G.DeWitt) 
Direk (J. Baker).. 
Emeline C. (1S67- 

68) 

rretje u 756-). . 
Jane (G. Veeder) . 
las. B. (1797- 

1S72) 

John ( 177 0—: unm.) 
Maria (W. Ten 

Broek).. . 
" (F. Van Keu- 

ren) 

" (A. Paw- 
ling) 

Matthew (Cor- 
nelia) 

Rachel (C. New- 
kirk) 

Tennant, Anna C. (C. Halm). 

David L 

Eliza D 

Mary E. (J. Gard- 
ner) 

Thos. (C. Davis).. . 
" H 



N° 



2 54 

- 5 3 

i486 

2 5 2 
484 



Terrell, Elizabeth (Peter).... 

Terrv, E. S. (Caroline) 

" ' Wilson R. (Anna E.). 

Teunise, Claes 

Teunissen. Cornelius 

Thomas. Hannah (Cornelius). 
Thompson, Christopher (Eliz- 
abeth) 

Emily (R. Cruik- 

shank) 

Margaretta (J. 

Raguet) 

Thorn. Leonard M. (A. Ra- 

guet) 

Thorp. Sarah (Tohn) 

Tillyer. Eliza F. (J. Newell) . . 
Timpson. Theodore (M. Has- 

brouek) 

Titus. Francis (Margaret).. . . 
" Tames (M. Stanton).. . 

Tod. Matilda (R. Davis) 

Torbert. Charles (P. Lanning) 
Elizabeth (T. Lang- 

stroth) 

Towers, Marcia A. (H. Raguet^ 



ic 

- R 

256 

Q3 

1287 

120c 

1 2 So 

77i 

I 288 

077 
623 

1 

1 

1709 

I I 3 5 
479 

719 

1 214 
788 

103S 

S2S 
162 
460 

454 
1065 

6S1 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



XXXIX 



Townsend, Mary (H. Law- 
rence) >;8 

Mary (J. Gillett) . 799 
Tradition as to Arner. origin 
Intro., p. 4 

Traver, Chas. J. (Elizabeth). 1504 

Trayer, Mary (George) 1223 

Tripp, Nancy (W. Denny).. . 1591 
Trombour, Alida (P. Schoon- 

maker) 570 

Maria (William) . 319 
Nicholas ( E. 

Schmidt) 319 

Tucker, Eunice (J. Simpson). 808 

Turck, Abraham (Anne) 565 

Henry W. (1846-) ... 1011 

Jacob (A. Folland).. . 565 

Julia A. (Hezekiah) . . 566 

Sarah (1825—) 1010 

Solomon (C. Brice)... 566 
Tweedy, Martha (W. Van 

Siclen) 161 

Twiggs, Anna M. ( Francis M.) 12 18 

Levi, Maj 1218 

Underbill, Rebecca W. (H. 

Carpenter) I 39& 

Richard W. (L. 

Macy) 1660 

Samuel (H. Sea- 
man) 1660 

Underwood, Morris (Eliza A.) 1048 

Valentine, Stephen H. (H. 

Hendrickson).. . 1441 
Wm. H. (H. Camp- 
bell) 1441 

Van Aalstein, Mary (Petrus). 109 
Alen, Christina (J. Ten 

Broek).. .' 87 

" Jacobus (L. Silves- 
ter) 205 

Arsdalen, Adriana (A. 

Lefferts).. . . 397 
Simon (E. Lan- 

ning) 1070 

Benschoten, Maria 

(Joshua) 914 

Bergh, Dinah (J. Hard- 

enbergh) 517 

Bornmel. Marselis T 1 

Buren, Christina C. (D. 

Ten Broek) 2 

" Buskark, Andrew (Re- 
becca) 147 

(See also Buskark.) 

Van Cleve, Isaac (Anne) 638 

Rachel (Isaac). . . 364 



N9 

Van Curler, Arendt, Intro. , p. 6 

" Dam, Claes R 1 

de Grift, Abraham (Maria) 41 
" " " Helena (Corne- 
lius) 44 

" der Beek, Conradius. ... 36 
" " Bilt (L. Lefferts) ... 385 

" Donck, Adriaan 

Intro., p. 6 
" " Heul, Abraham (I. 

Hendricks).. 8 
" " " Phoebe (Benja- 
min) 8 

" " Huyghens, (Fiscaal), 
Intro., p. 6 
" Ker, Martin (Catha- 
rine) *. . 541 

" " Leeuw, Johanna C. 

(William C.) 1350 
" " " J. W., Rev.. 1350 

" " Meulen, the same as 

Mills 677 

" ' ; Poel, Cornelia (A. Ten 

Eyck) 984 

" " Spiegel, Elizabeth 

(Cornelius) 51 

" " Spiegel. Jacobus 

(Anna ) 51 

" " Voort, Helen (S. 

Pruvn) 1269 

" " Voort,' Sam. (S. Dur- 

rie) 1047 

" Voort, Susan (James 

R-) 1047 

Deusen, Catharina(i75o-) 203 
Hendrica(i744-) 201 
Henrica (1742— 

43) 200 

" Jan, Jun. (Cor- 
nelia) 59 

Tohannes(i746-) 202 
" _ Maria (1753-).. 2 °4 

T andike, Miss — JT^S 

Van Doesburgh, HenderickA. 1 

" Doren, Helen W. (E. Al- 

den) 1617 

" Tas. A. (1869-86) 1618 
" Jon. E. (A. Apple- 
gate) 1254 

" Luther H. (Susan) 733 
" Dyck, Lawrence (Catha- 
rine) 452 

" Gaasbeek. Charitv H. (C, 

De Witt) . . 1454 
Laurentius, 

Rev 1 

" Hoorn. Cath. (Philip) ... 166 
(T. Suber). .. . 1781 



xl 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N? 
Van Hoorn, Isaiah (C. Suber) 1781 
" Mary (David) .. . 374 
11 Nancy (Garret).. 163 
Keuren Barbara (Corne- 
lius) 28 

Barbara (P. 

Tappen) 28 

Lydia (J. Beek- 

man) 78 

Matthvs M. (T. 

De Witt) 28 

Tjerck (M. Ten 

Eyck) 78 

Lear, Mary (Matthew B.) 665 
Loan, Emma (Russell).. 1488 

Metre, Cath. (John) 144 

" Elizabeth (Wil- 
liam) 704 

Isaac (Anne) .... 43 
Olinda, John (Margaret) . 961 
Orden, Hezekiah (E.Van 

Vechten) 236 

Tohn (T. Du Bois) 233 
" "Sarah (S. Van 

Vechten) 233 

Wm.(S. DuBois) 236 
Ornam, John (Helen)... 1345 
Pelt, Christopher (E. 

Ten Broek) 227 

Petten, C. (Teunis Van 

Vechten) 72 

Rensselaer, Jeremiah. . . 106 
Sant, Anthony T. (Cath- 
arine) 1161 

Schaick, Eliza (T. Lan- 

ning) 1066 

Goosen G 1 

Ruth (I. Lan- 

ning) 1064 

Siclen, Fernandus (Elea- 
nor, Mrs. P. 

Fisher) 161 

Margaret 399 

Philip 398 

Richard (Eliza- 
beth) 160 

Richard Wyn- 
koop 161 

Wynkoop (M. 

Tweedy) 161 

Solingen, Henry (Henri- 
etta) 212 

Steenberg, Alida (180 2-) 556 
Cath. (1803-) 557 
Elizabeth (To- 
bias) 335 

Lucretia ( J. 

Meyer).... 559 



Van Steenberg, Maria (Abram) 

Paul ( R. 

Schuyler) . . 

Paul (Sarah). 

Thomas (L. 

Hommel) . . 

Steinberg (Charity Scher- 

merhorn) . . . 

Eleanor (G. 

Maxwell) . . . 

Vanuxem, Alfred (d. y.) 



N° 
288 

316 
316 

558 

138 

138 
392 
39 2 
39 2 
39 2 
39 2 
39 2 



Anna (F. F. Wurts) 
Charles (d. y.).. . . 
Edw. (E. Krusen). 

" (d. y.) 

Jas., Jun. (S. Lom- 

baert) 392 

" 2d 392 

Louisa 392 

Margaret 392 

Mary (d. y.) 392 

Rebecca (C. Beat- 
tie) 714 

Susan L. (d. y.) . . 392 

(Jas. Raguet) 719 

Van Vechten, Abm. (C.Schuy- 
ler) 237 

Elizabeth (H. 

Van Orden) . 236 
Jacob (E. Staats) 234 
Sam. (S. Van 

Orden) 233 

Teunis (C. Van 

Petten) 72 

Teunis (J. Ten 

Broek) 72 

Teunis (E. De 

Wendelaer) . . 235 

Vleck, Frances "( -o -,,0 q t ~ 

" Rachel } FrancisS - 8l2 
Vliet, Gertrude (C. Du 

Bois) 184 

" Susannah (Gerrit) . 45 
Vorst, Marg. A. (R. Hil- 
ton) 1413 

Vranken, Cornelius (An- 
nie) 632 

Wagenen, Eliza (E. Law- 
rence) 573 

Geertje A. (J. 

Elmendorf) 4 

Wie. Agnes (J. Winne).. 542 
Winkle, Isabella (Robert 

D.) 1271 

11 Wynkoop, Cornelius. ... 1 

Varlett, Nicholas 1 

Vas, Cornelia (C. Tappen) ... 113 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



xli 



N? 
Veeder, Gerrit S. (J. Ten 

Eyck) 252 

Versteeg, Dingman 1 

Vilminot, Anna (M. Raguet) . 391 

Vining, John (Phoebe) 174 

(M. Seaton)... . 425 
Mary (d. 182 1: 

unm) 424 

Von Kornatie, Baron 836 

" Lippe, Baroness 836 

Walker, Catharine (Neeley 

Lawrence) 333 

Emma F. (Cornelius 

E.) 1703 

Jane (John Baird) .. . 766 

Mary (George C.) . . . 725 

Wanshaer, John (C. Egberts). 157 

Susannah (Henry) 157 

Warfield, Jas. H. B. (Anna 

M.) 1230 

Warren, (Elizabeth Ap- 

pleton) 873 

Waterbury, Mary E.(R. Stan- 
ton) 458 

Phineas (E. 

Lounsbury) ... 458 

Watkins, Cornelia (1856-57). 1328 

Daniel J. (Cornelia) 783 

Daniel J. (1852-).. 1327 

George Torrey 

(1848-49) 1325 

Mary H. (1850-) . . 1326 
WilliamW. (1841-44) 1323 

" (1845-). 1324 
Watson, Catharine (1783-).. 1804 
Grace H. (1880-).. . 161 6e 
Henry W. (M.Mont- 
gomery, M. Cum- 
min) 1252 

James C. (Margaret 

L.) 729 

11 " (1876-)... .1616A 
John (M. Clemsen) . . 729 
Laura G. (1869-) . . . 1616c 
Margaret (J. Ten 

Broek) 244 

Mary (187 4-) 1616D 

" Irvin (1874-) . i6i6b 

" Patterson 1251 

Robert B.(E.Grafms, 

A. Elliott) 1253 

Zelotes (Catharine) . 1804 
Waugh, Adeline (182 0-5 2) . . . 617 
Cath. (J. Brockle- 

bank) 618 

Hiel (Olivia Rider). 619 
Ira (1812-) 614 



N? 

Waugh, James" (1829-30) ... . 620 

" John (1815-) 615 

Peter (E. A. Wotton) 616 
Thomas (Caroline). . 356 
Webber, Annetje (Roelof Jan- 
sen, E. Bogardus) 4 

Welling, Elizabeth (D. Wiley) 694 

Isaac 694 

Wells, David Gordon (J. 

Packard) 1419 

" George (M. Lawrence). 585 

(Mary) 936 

" (Harriet) 937 

' ' Gideon (Catharine) ... 179 

Welsh, Eleanor (Tobias) 358 

Wendelaer, de, Anne. (Corne- 
lius J.) 419 

Wendell, Anna (P. P. Schuy- 
ler) 237 

Wentworth, Mary (E. Lef- 

ferts) 739 

Weston, Edward (grantor)... 5 
Wharton, Eliz. (J. H. Stan- 
ton) 815 

Whiting, Anna (Augustus) . . 474 
Whittaker, Edw.(H. Burhans) 218 
" (E.DeWitt) 218 
Wickes, Henry F. (M. Law- 
rence) 579 

Wilcox, Chauncey (D. Hurd). 800 

Wiley, Caroline (J. Gulick) . . 693 

David (Susan) 376 

" (E. Welling).. . 694 

Isabella 1188 

Susan (Isaac Baker).. 692 

Welling 1 189 

Wilkins, Eliz. (A. Lanning).. 1068 

Willemse, Jan. (an elder).. . . 1 
Willemsen, Adrian, Intro., p. 6 

Ian (Barber ) 6 

Williams, Abigail C. (C. Ship- 
man) 1438 

Olive L. (Horace).. 939 
Williamson, Abraham (C. Ten 

Broek) 224 

Agnes G. (Eg- 
bert) 1495 

Eleanor (J. 

Schureman) ... 891 
Jacob (H. Ten 

Broek) 226 

Wilson, Henry R. (S. Beattie) 718 

Mary A. (Abner) 1058 

C. (Henry W.) 1125 

Winans, Henry (Jane) 453 

Winne, Eunice V. (Evert). . . 542 

" John D. (A. Van Wie) 542 

Winney, (Lillian Hall) . 1309 



xlii 



Wynkoop Genealogy 



N° 

Winney, Theban I 3°9 

Wirtz, Christian (M. Houser, 

Mary Wynkoop) ... 394 
Christian, Jun. (Maria 

H.) 394 

Wynkoop, M.D., (H. 

Z. Morris) 394 

Wolven, Johanna (C. Langen- 

dyck) 560 

Wood, Carrie C. (Robert G.). 804 
Elizabeth C. (1827-65) 1267 

" Helen (18 5 5-) 1620 

" John W. (1829-46).. . 1268 
Lansing Pruyn (1870-) 162 1 
Louisa (J. Stanton).. 817 

Mary (James) 675 

" N. B. (Mr.) 817 

Reason (Mercy) io 55 

" Sam. S. (Sarah) 762 

" Stephen G. (H. Pruyn, 

E. J. Pruyn) 1269 

Susan (David) 532 

Woodbury, Anne E. (Gerar- 

dus H.) 1152 

Daniel P. (C. R. 

Childs) 1152 

Woodward, Geo. M. (Mar- 
garet) 400 

Woolsey , Albert ( 1 8 5 o-) 1 7 1 8 

Charlotte (1848-).. 1717 
Clinton (E. Elting). 1456 
De Witt (1852-)... 1719 
Moses (Cornelia M.) 1456 

Walter (1864-) 1720 

Wooten, Emilv A. (Peter 

Waugh)../ 616 

Work, Elizabeth (Matthew B .) 665 
Worthington, Fanny ( O. 

Packard) 1408 



N? 
Worthington Gad (F. Belden) 1408 
" ' Thos. (C. A. 

Newell) 1042 

Wray, Jas. L. ( Cor- 

bett) 1086 

Wright, Eliz. W. (Matthew). 1133 
Marion (W. A. Macy) 1659 
Wm. R. (A. W. 

Bailey) 1256 

Wurts, Edward Vanuxem 392 

John Sparhawk (1875 -) 392 
Theo. F. (A. Van 

uxem) 392 

William (L. J. Lath- 

rop) 392 

Wyckoff, Cath. M. (Christo- 
pher) 686 

Wyldwyck — the name 1 

Wylie, Henry C. (Catharine). 1584 
Wynkooper, Evaerdt, Intro., 
p. 2. 

Yates, Lydia (John H.) 935 

Mary B. (Adrian G.).. 1192 

Yerkes, Miss — ( Fulton) 365 

Daniel (Esther Lick- 
ens) 411 

Sarah (John) 411 

Young, Amanda (C. M. 

Young) 1300 

Chas. M. (Mary C. 

Wvnkoop.A.Young) 1300 
Chas. M. (1864-) 1632 

Zabriskie, Josiah H. (S. M. 

Mandeville) 1687 

Sarah M. (Hubert 
S.) 1687 



PREFACE 

The material used in the writing of this genealogy has 
been in collecting since the year 1849. The compiler began 
with making notes of whatever came under his eye, in casual 
reading, relating to the family, but he soon engaged in making 
researches. He published, in 1866, the result of his labors, 
using conjecture in putting the work together where positive 
information was lacking. The pamphlet thus published called 
forth additional and corrective material; and a second edition 
was published in 1878. The compiler purposes to have an 
interleaved copy of this edition, in which to insert corrections 
and further information, for use in a supplement or in a fourth 
edition, by some other hand. 

The opinion of John Burke has had weight with the compiler : 
it was that "He only deserves to be remembered by posterity, 
who treasures up, and preserves the history of his ancestors." 

The conspicuous members of the family, in Revolutionary 
times, were Judge Henry Wynkoop [157], of Bucks County, 
Pennsylvania, and Judge Dirck Wynkoop [292], of Kingston, 
Ulster County, New York. A half-tone copy of the portrait of 
the former is given herein. No portrait of the latter is in ex- 
istence. It is probable that he had one, and that it was de- 
stroyed by the British, when they burned Kingston, and wrecked 
his two houses, in 1777. 

The likeness of Judge Henry Wynkoop is representative of the 
third line of the family, which began with Gerret [5]. 

The likeness is also given of Lieut. Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop 
[435], descendant of Benjamin [8], as representative of the fourth 
line of the family. The likeness of Francis Silvester Wynkoop 
[475] represents the first line of the family, descending from 
Maj. Johannes [2]. And last appears the face of the com- 
piler, Richard [1428], as senior representative of the second 

xliii 



xliv Preface 

line, beginning with Evert [4], and also as a junior representa- 
tive of the first line. 

The compiler has been gathering photographs of Wynkoops 
and their spouses and consorts, and has fifty-one of them, at the 
present time; and he would be pleased to add to the collection, 
which will be a permanent one if his wishes are heeded. They 
are all mounted on cards 4^ x 6 \ ; because uniformity of size is 
favorable to permanence. 

Brooklyn, December, 1903. 



INTRODUCTION 

The name seems to be a contraction of Wijnkooper, a 
wine buyer, or vintner. The name of "Evaerdt Wynkooper" 
appears as a baptismal witness at Kingston, N. Y., November 6, 
1687. The name has, properly, double i, in the first syllable, 
with the second i extending below the line, and curving to the 
left, as in physicians' prescriptions. All double vowels, in the 
Netherland tongue, are pronounced long; hence the Low Dutch 
pronounced this name Winekope; but in this country the pro- 
nunciation is now Winecoop, rhyming with loop, except in Vir- 
ginia, where it is sounded Wincoop, after the English fashion. 
The Compiler inclines to the use of the Netherland pronunciation. 

It seems, from private records in Holland, that two brothers 
Wynkoop left for New Amsterdam early in the 17th century. 
They may have been Peter and Cornelius; for those names 
appear at Vest-Oranje (Fort Orange, now Albany), the former in 
1639, and the latter in 1655. 

The name is borne by a bay on the southerly shore of Java, 
near the westerly end. The tradition is, in Holland, that the 
branch of the family which gave that name returned to Holland. 

The name is still to be found in Amsterdam ; for, at Rochester, 
N. Y., in 1868, and at Bath, N. Y., from 1871 to 1903, was 
Henry J. Wynkoop, who was born at Amsterdam, of native 
Dutch parents. (See No. 1816.) He is representative of the 
Pulteney estate. 

John Wynkoop 's name appears in a patent for land, in 16 19, 
of which Bryant gives an account, as follows: "After much 
trouble and delay, a patent was procured from the Virginia 
Company, issued in the name of Mr. John Wincob, on June 9, 
16 19. Of this patent, nothing further is known, and it was 
never used. It is supposed to have made a grant of land some- 
where near the mouth of the Hudson River." "The date is 



2 Introduction 

fixed by the Journal of the London Council, in Neill's History of 
the Virginia Company, where the name of the patentee is spelt 
Wencop, Wincopp, and Whincop. Bradford says, Wincob." l 
Perhaps this Wynkoop was subsequently one of the Westminister 
Divines. 

A "silver piece from the fleet of Piet Heyn," is mentioned in 
the will of Cornelius [i]. No doubt, the piece was a memento 
of the capture of the Spanish treasure vessels, in 1628, in the 
harbor of Matanzas, Cuba; and the inference is not unwar- 
ranted, that some relative of Cornelius shared in that exploit. 

The name of Wynkoop appears in England, about 1643. 
Among the Divines of the Westminster Assembly was John 
Wincop, D.D., of St. Martins in the Fields, which was subse- 
quently allotted to the Eleventh Classis of the Province of 
London, in 1646, under the Parliamentary Presbyterian system. 
He was in constant attendance, and joined with fifty-one other 
members, in 1646, in subscribing the proposition, that Jesus 
Christ, as king of the church, hath himself appointed a church 
government distinct from the civil magistrate. 2 In the same 
assembly, was Thomas Wincop, D.D., Elesworth, who took a 
vow not to maintain any thing, in doctrine, but what he be- 
lieved to be most agreeable to the word of God, nor, in discipline, 
but what he conceived to conduce most to the glory of God, and 
the good and the peace of the church. But it seems that he did 
not continue in attendance. 3 Hetherington, in his History of the 
Westminster Assembly of Divines, at pages 97 and 98, mentions 
the same men, in the same locations. An other writer has the 
following: "John Whincop, D.D., was a member of the Assembly 
of Divines at Westminster. His name is found in the ordinance 
of Parliament, for calling an Assembly of Learned and Godly 
Divines: and he is said to be of St. Martins in the Fields. A 
John Whincop, D.D., said to be sometime Fellow, of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, and pastor of the church at Clothall, in 
Hertfordshire, about the year 1644, or 1645, has two sermons 
extant, which I have now before me: 1st, God's Call to Weeping 
and Mourning, from Isa. xxii, 12, preached to the House of 

1 Popular Hist, of the United States, Bryant, vol. i., p. 383. 

2 Hist, of the Puritans, Neal, vol. iii., pp. 46, 48, 278, 280. 
5 Ibid., pp. 46, 48, 51. 



Introduction 3 

Commons, at their Solemn Fast; 4to, pp. 51, London, 1645; 
2d, Israel's Tears for Distressed Zion, from Ps. cxxxvii, 1, de- 
livered to the House of Lords, at their Solemn Fast; 4to, pp. 47, 
London, 1645." 4 

A Wynkoop coat of arms, as of Amsterdam, is described in 
Armorial General (J. B. Riestap, Gouda, 1884), as follows: 
"Wyncoop — Amsterdam. Ec: aux 1 et 4 d'azur a un rocker 
d'arg., mouv. d'une mer du meme, ace. en chef de deux etoiles (5) 
d'or; aux 2 et 3 d'azur au lion d'arg., cour. d'or." This may be 
translated: In the 1st and 4th quarters of blue, a rock of silver, 
projecting from a sea of silver; two golden five pointed stars 
[with wavy lines] side by side, at the top of the shield: in the 2d 
and 3d quarters, also of blue, a silver lion, with a gold crown. 

The Compiler has had a drawing made, from the foregoing 
description, as shown below. 




A tradition was preserved in the Pennsylvania branch of the 
family, descended from the third son, and was reduced jto writ- 
ing, May 12, 1808, by or for Judge Henry Wynkoop Ji 5 7], that 
Cornelius C. Wynkoop, a young bachelor, migrated, early in the 
17th century, from Utrecht, in the United Dutch Netherlands, 
to Manhadoes, now New York City, and soon after settled at 



4 Memoirs of the Lives, etc., of the Eminent Divines, etc., at West- 
minster. Paisley, 181 5. 



4 Introduction 

Vest-Oranje, now Albany, where he erected water-works, which 
were destroyed by a freshet, and that he then removed to Hur- 
ley, near Kingston, Ulster County, New York. The initial, C, 
is probably a mistaken interpolation, transferred from Cornelius 
C. [an]. 

The earlier editions of this genealogy assumed that Peter 
Wynkoop was the head of the family; but that assumption is 
now abandoned, as not supported by any thing, except by con- 
jecture, and as improbable. Peter was born about 1615 or 1616, 
and he appeared at Albany in 1639. Cornelius Wynkoop ap- 
pears there in 1655, as making a contract; he must therefore 
have been of age. He died about 1676 ; the chronology suggests 
that he may have been a collateral relative, and not a descend- 
ant of Peter. Cornelius had five sons, of whom four lived to be 
married, and there was no Peter among them; and that would 
be contrary to the unwritten but inexorable law of the Dutch 
settlers. And there was no Peter among the grandchildren of 
Cornelius; so that it may be that there was no known relation- 
ship between Peter and Cornelius. Peter disappears from sight, 
and no descendant from him has been identified. He may have 
died young, or returned to Holland. But he made a stir in the 
province, and gave the officials occasion to sit up of nights, and 
ought not to be slighted here. On February 10, 1639, he ap- 
pears as defendant, on a complaint for smuggling, brought by 
the Fiscaal. The liquors, that were the subject of seizure, were 
confiscated, and Peter was fined twelve guilders. 5 On March 9, 
1640, he made a declaration, as to the ownership of hay, which 
was in the possession of Barent Dircksen. In this declaration, he 
describes himself as twenty-four years old. 6 In 1642, he ap- 
pears as a settler at Rensselaerwyck, and as "Commis." 7 It 
seems that he was Commissary Superintendent of Wares and 
Merchandise, for the Patroon, Van Rensselaer. In 1644, he was 
commissioned by the Patroon, to purchase, from the natives, land 
about Catskill, 8 and, in connection with the Commissary General, 

5 Council Minutes, vol. iv., p. 32. 

6 Register of the Provincial Secretary, vol. i., p. 194. 

7 Annals of Albany, Munsell, vol. i., p. 22 ; Hist. N. Netherlands, O'Cal- 
laghan, vol. i., p. 440. 

8 The Netherland word kil, meaning channel, has but one /. In this 
province the word was applied to rivers and runs, as well as to channels. 



Introduction 5 

Arendt Van Curler, to recover land and other property, which, 
it was alleged, had been purchased and misappropriated by a 
former agent, Adrian Van der Donck.9 In the same year, The 
Arms of Rensselaerwyck , with Peter as supercargo, arrived at 
Manhattan, now a borough of New York City, having been de- 
spatched in the previous autumn, by the Patroon to his colony. 
Kieft, the Director General, demanded from Peter, shoes for the 
soldiers, who were then fighting the Indians of the neighborhood 
of Hempstead, L. I. Peter refused to supply the shoes, and 
Kieft seized them, and ordered the vessel to be searched; and 
powder and guns, that were not manifested, were discovered. 
Kieft declared them contraband, and seized cargo and vessel. 
Peter contested the matter. The record is as follows: March 
1 8, 1644. Protest. Peter Wynkoop, supercargo of the ship, 
The Arms of Rensselaerwyck , against Fiscaal van der Huy- 
ghens, for unlading the vessel. March 22, 1644. Answer of 
Fiscaal. March 23, 1644. Receipt. Peter Wynkoop, for 
eighteen kegs of gunpowder, from the Fiscaal. October 27, 1644. 
Court proceedings. Fiscaal against Peter Wynkoop, super- 
cargo, etc.: smuggling; on the petition of Arendt Van Curler. 
The case was referred to the Directors of the West India Com- 
pany, in Amsterdam, as the vessel was old and leaky. The 
cargo was released, and the vessel sailed, soon after. 10 There 
were other controversies over this voyage, as follows: March 10, 
1644. Court proceedings. Adriaen Willemsen against Peter 
Wynkoop, on complaint that the defendant had stated that the 
plaintiff had given information, that there were prohibited goods 
on board; defendant said that it was the boatswain who had 
made the statement ; the boatswain was ordered to appear, and 
Peter was discharged. March 17, 1644. Adriaen Willemsen 
against Andrew, the boatswain, for having reported that plaintiff 
had informed against Rensselaer's vessel as having contraband 
goods on board; defendant said that Lubbert Jansen told him 
so. Lubbert Jansen declared that what he reported about the 
ship was untrue; that he knows nothing of plaintiff, but what 
is honorable and virtuous; was sorry for what he had said, and 

9 Hist, of N. Netherlands, vol. i., p. 339. 

10 Ibid.; Hist. N. York, Broadhead, p. 390; Annals of Albany, vol. i., 
pp. 196-199; vol. iv., pp. 56, 59; Register of Prov. Sec, vol. ii., p. 102; 
Council Minutes, vol. iv., p. 206. 



6 Introduction 

begged plaintiff's pardon. Lubbert Jansen to pay costs. 11 Peter 
next appears, May 31, 1646, in court proceedings, Hillegond 
Joris against Peter Wynkoop, on an order to show cause why 
defendant had arrested plaintiff's husband, in the colony Rens- 
selaerwyck. Defendant said : for debt ; and that the case must 
be determined in Rensselaerwyck, having originated there. 12 
And finally, Peter appears, June 8, 1646, in court proceedings 
against Adrien van der Donck. Action on a note signed by 
Anthony de Hooges. De Hooges promised payment, and judg- 
ment was given against him.^ 

Hendric Wyncoop appears as a witness, March 14, 1686, at 
Kingston, N. Y., to the baptism of Magdalina, daughter of 
Moses du Puy and Maritie Wyncoop ; but he has not been iden- 
tified. Perhaps the record of his given name is erroneous. 

A Wynkoop book-plate, of several varieties, is in existence, 
the origin of which is unknown; it seems to have started with 
Peter [510], born in 1755. A copper printing-plate, containing 
the device, which is a Hollander, a serving man, and a wine cask, 
and with the name of Peter Wynkoop upon it, descended to the 
compiler, who had the eagle, of the crest, re-engraved, the name 
Richard substituted for Peter, and the motto inserted. A 
lithograph from this plate, with the motto in place of the name, 
was given in the edition of 1878, of the Wynkoop Genealogy. A 
plate with the same device, but of independent drawing, has the 
name of Corns. C. Wynkoop [211, born in 1772]. And a third 
one, with female bacchantes supporting the shield, has the name 
of Augustus Wynkoop [213, born 1777]. The fourth variety, 
with the motto added, is in the Pennsylvania branch of the 
family, with Corns C. Wynkoop upon it. The Compiler has had 
a plate made, based upon the one of Augustus, substituting the 
motto, in place of the name, and turning the female supporters 
into male. 

Judge Henry Wynkoop [157] is supposed, by the compiler, 
to have added, as a family motto, "Virtutem hilaritate colere"; 
for it has been found first in his branch of the family. The 
compiler copied it from a piece of silverware, which was in 



11 Council Minutes, vol. iv., pp. 185, 186. 

12 Ibid., p. 255. 

13 Ibid., p. 257. 



Introduction 7 

the possession of Mrs. Leonard Mortimer Thorn [1189]. The 
inscription had "cohere," which was, no doubt, an error. 
The meaning of the motto is, " To adorn manliness with 
cheerfulness." 

A copy of the fifth print is given below. 




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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY 



CORNELIUS WYNKOOP AND HIS DESCENDANTS 

1. Cornelius Wynkoop. The date of his birth is unknown; 
he died about 1676. His wife, Maria Janse Langedyck, died 
about 1679. They lived at Rensselaerwyck until 1664-1667, and 
then settled at Esopus. Their children, Johannes, Marytje, 
Evert, 1665, and possibly Gerret, were born at Rensselaerwyck. 

The first record that has been found, of Cornelius, is the fol- 
lowing: February 5, 1655, at the house of Marselis Janse, Johan 
de Hulter desires at this sale to dispose of certain personal 
property, on certain specified terms. Beneath, under date of 
February 18, is a memorandum : "one piece of money Kees Wyn- 
coop f. 3.06." x 4 On January 29, 1657, Marcellus Jansen (van 
Bommel), at the village of Beverwyck, offered for sale at public 
auction, the house in which he then lived, for which there were 
to be two payments, one on the first of the then next May, and 
the other on the first of May of the year following. After much 
bidding, Cornells Wynkoop remained the highest bidder, for the 
sum of nine hundred and eleven guilders. He signed the con- 
tract, writing his name Cornells Wynckoop. 15 On September 19, 
1657, at Beverwyck, he was surety for William Brouwer, on the 
purchase by the latter of a brewhouse at Greenbush, in the sum 
of twelve hundred and seven guilders. 16 On May 1, 1658, he 
brought an action of debt, at Albany, against Cornelius Teunis- 
sen, for his share of the expense of foddering and taking care of 
the town bull, during the winter. Judgment for the plaintiff, 

z 4 Early Records of Albany and Colony of Rensselaerwyck, Pearson, pp. 
220—222. 

15 Ibid. , p. 17. The guilder was equal to forty cents, American. 

16 Early Records of Albany, etc., p. 42. 

9 



io Wynkoop Genealogy 

ten guilders, equal to $4. x 7 On August 18, 1659, at Fort Orange, 
Claes Ripse van Dam made an acknowledgment of indebtedness 
to Henderick Anderissen (van Doesburgh) and Cornelis Wyn- 
coop, in the number of nine and thirty whole beavers, the in- 
debtedness growing out of the purchase by van Dam from 
Anderissen and Wynkoop, of a house and lot, at public sale. 18 
An order was made, on November 25, 1659, upon the request of 
Wynkoop, for the appointment of curators over the estate at 
Esopus, of Gysbert, Philipsen, who had been murdered by the 
savages of that region. *9 On December 11, 1659, Marcelis 
Janse (van Bommel) declared a grant to Cornelis Wynkoop, of a 
house and lot, in the village of Beverwyck [bounded] to the 
south [by] the grantor's [land] — to the north by [land of] Peter 
Bronck — to the west by the hill — to the east by the street : the 
lot was in breadth thirty wood feet, and in length, according to 
the patent, except [what] was taken for a street: which lot the 
grantor had received by conveyance from Goosen Gerritse (van 
Schaick), and Goosen Gerritse, by patent from the Heer Director 
General and Council of New Netherland, of the date of October 
2 5> 1653 ; for which house and lot, the grantor acknowledges to 
have received satisfaction. 20 On May 30, 1662, he made a lease 
of lots one and sixteen at Esopus, to Lambert Huybertse. 21 On 
August 31, 1665, he was the purchaser of a coat, and of other 
articles, for f. 15.10, at public sale, made by the administrators 
upon the effects of Jan Ryerson. 22 On October 19, 1665, he is 
recorded in the Deacon's book at Albany, as giving for alms 
17 guilders, 10 stivers. On August 25, 1666, he made a declara- 
tion of conveyance, to Claes Ripse (van Dam), of the house and 
lot, conveyed to Wynkoop by Marcelis Janse (van Bommel), 
according to the conditions of the public vendue, on January 
10 and 17, 1658, the land being at Albany. 2 3 

Cornelius is said to have settled at Esopus, in 1664. This 
opinion was held by Jonathan W. Hasbrouck, the incipient his- 

*7 Fort Orange Records, vol. iv., pp. 31-34, 202. 

18 Early Records of Albany, p. 252. 

19 Fort Orange Records, vol. iv., pp. 31-34, 202. 

20 Early Records of Albany, p. 261. 

21 Notarial Papers, 1660-1676, County Clerk's office, Albany. 

22 Early Records of Albany, p. 82. 

23 Ibid., p. 404. 



Wynkoop Genealogy n 

torian of Ulster County, and by Dingman Versteeg, an explorer 
among the ancient records of that place. It is possible that he 
was not an actual settler there, until about 1667, although an 
owner of land in that region, and identified with it, before the 
latter date. He had a child baptized at Esopus, in 1668. The 
name Esopus was applied to an indefinite tract of land, probably 
in allusion to the hijzop plant. This region was, at first, called 
Wildwyck, meaning Indian quarter, or a refuge from savages. 
Hurley was embraced within this name. 2 * The name Wildwyck 
continued to be borne by a hamlet, between Rondout and 
Kingston, until the three places were consolidated under the 
name of Kingston. 

On April 25, 1663, Cornelius obtained a grant of twelve mor- 
gens of land, at Esopus, equivalent to about twenty-six acres. 
In the Book of Patents, in the Secretary of State's office, is a 
confirmatory patent, to Cornelius Wynkoop, dated June 28, 
1667, of a parcel of land at Esopus, near the new village, to the 
west of Nicholas Varlett, on the west side of the run, containing 
about twenty-four acres; also the lot west of the highway, and 
west of Lambert Huybertse's; both granted originally by 
Director Stuyvesant. This "new village" was Hurley. 25 On 
March 30, 1670, the Commissioners for laying out lands at 
Esopus allowed Cornelius to lay out his two parcels in one tract, 
on condition that he would set off five morgens of land, for the 
" assistance " of Marbletown. In the annexed Register of Pat- 
ents to the inhabitants of the town of Hurley, there is, for Cor- 
nelius Wynkoop, twenty-four acres, and forty-eight acres. 26 

It seems probable that Cornelius settled in that portion of 
Esopus which is known as Hurley. The place there, now owned 
by James D. [-664], may be the site of the original settlement of 

*•* Dutch Church Magazine, vol. i., p. 190; Collections of the Ulster Hist. 
Soc, vol. i., p. 56. 

2 5 The Commissioners appointed by Governor Francis Lovelace laid 
out, on September 17, 1669, two towns, naming the one nearest to King- 
ston, Hurley, in honor to the Governor's ancestral home on the Thames, 
England. On September 25, they gave Kingston its name, in honor of 
the Governor's wife, who had been widow of William Hyde, of Kingston 
Lisle, near Wantage, Berkshire. They named Marbletown, because of 
its stone. {Collections of the Ulster Society, vol. i., p. 51.) There are 
stone quarries in that region; but the compiler is unaware of any marble. 

2 6 Dr. E. B. O'Callaghan. 



12 Wynkoop Genealogy 

this family, in Ulster County. (See E amily 147 - . ) A sketch of 
this house is given as a frontispiece to this work. 

In April, 1669, Cornelius was appointed a Commissary of 
Kingston, and remained in office until i6 f ji. 2 7 On June 10, 
1672, he was appointed one of the two new Commissaries; 
and he was re-appointed on October 6, 1673, and served until 
August 14, 1674. 28 On July 5, 1674, he was witness to the re- 
newal of the treaty with the Indians. 29 

Cornelius was a Schepen of Hurley, during the re-occupation of 
the province by the Dutch. The Netherlanders re-captured the 
Province of New York, July 30, 1673. The victorious naval and 
army officers, immediately afterward, organized a council of war, 
which was held at the Stadt House, New York City. They 
issued a summons to the magistrates and constables of East 
Jersey, Long Island, Esopus, and Albany, to appear forthwith 
at New York, and take the oath of allegiance. The Esopus 
officers appeared, on September 1, 1673, and acknowledged 
allegiance. The Council made an order, changing the name of 
Kingston to Swanenburgh. Cornelius Wynkoop, Dr. Roelof 
Kiersted, Wessel Ten Broek, and Jan Burhans were appointed 
Schepens of Swanenburgh, and, respectively, took the oath of 
allegiance to the Staats General. The qualification required of 
them was, that they should be of the Reformed religion, and 
favorable to the Netherland Government. 30 

An account of this Cornelius is given, in a list of names of 
Dutch settlers at Esopus, compiled by D. Versteeg, from the 
original Dutch court records of Wildwyck (Kingston), as follows: 
"Wynkoop, Cornelius, 1664; nominated for Schepen, 1669: 
appointed Schepen, 1672, 1673, 1674: member of the Committee 
of Defense, against the French, 1674: received a grant of a loca- 
tion for a brick yard, 1675; died before July 8, 1679." 3I On 
May 15, 167 1, it was assigned to him as an inhabitant of Kings- 
ton, to renew his portion of the stockade. 32 

2 7 Henry Brace, of New York, referring to Records of Kingston, vol. iv., 
p. 3 S. 

2 §Dr. E. B. O'Callaghan. 

29 Collections of the Ulster Hist. Soc, vol. i., p. 63. 

30 Hist, of Kingston, Schoonmaker, p. 66. 

31 Year Book 1897, of the Holland Society of New York. 

32 Hist, of Ulster County, p. 68. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 13 

Cornelius was chosen an Elder of the Reformed Dutch Church 
at Kingston, in 1671.33 The church had been organized in 1659, 
and Rev. Harmanus Bloem arrived there September 5, 1660, 
from the Netherlands, to take charge as pastor, and so continued 
until March, 1667, when he returned to Holland. After that, 
the church seems to have been without pastoral care, until 1675.34 
Jonathan W. Hasbrouck, in his incipient History of Ulster 
County, 1868, gives various items in relation to this Cornelius, 
as follows: 1670. Paid Cornelis Wynkoop for a cow for child 
of Christopher Davis, in sewan, one hundred and twenty-one 
florins. 167 1. By the account of Hendrick Peters and Jan 
Cornelisse, the receipts were 435 florins, 1 styver, and disburse- 
ments, 321 florins — so that there remained in the chest, 50 
florins, as is to be seen by the list. This account was examined 
in the presence of Elders Jan Willemse (Houghtaling), Cornelis 
Wynkoop, and Hendrick Aertsen. 1672. A meeting of the 
consistory was held, at the which were present, Rev. Gideon 
Schaets, C. B. Slecht, C. Wynkoop, Wallerand Dumont, and 
Joost Adriaens, when Lysbat Crafford seeks to be reconciled with 
her husband, Jeroeme Donwerse. He can not consent thereto. 
(Page 57.) 1670. January 17th, Cornelius Wynkoop wanted 
twenty-two schepels of rye, from Claes Teunise, which the latter 
offset by a bill for doctoring his cows, and attending his pigs. 
(Page 122.) 167 1. May 3, Cornelius Wynkoop got permission 
to build a mill at Hurley, provided he had all the material in 
one year. (Page 123.) 1671. May 1, Harman Hendrix 
called Cornelius Wynkoop a rogue and villain. The latter re- 
torted, that he had not been banished. Hendrix replied in a 
vulgar way. He was obliged to do penance, with uncovered 
head, in the presence of Wynkoop. (Page 123.) On May 15, 
1 67 1, the inhabitants were ordered to renew the stockade of 
Kingston. Among the allotments were, Hendrick Jochems and 
Cornelis Wynkoop, No. 33, thirty rods: small house of Wyn- 
koop. (Pages 123, 124.) 1672. January, Reyndert Petersen 
died, and Cornelis Wynkoop and Wallerand Dumont were made 
curators of his estate. (Page 127.) In 1675, Cornelis Wynkoop 
began the manufacture of brick, near the bridge at Kingston. 

33 William H. Dederick, of Kingston. 

34 Manual of Reformed Church, Corwin, 1902, p. 983; Ecclesiastical 
Records of the State of New York, vol. i., p. 501. 



14 Wynkoop Genealogy 

(Page 175.) In October, 1678, Rev. Laurentius van Gaasbeek 
arrived at Kingston, as pastor. The church there, and at Hurley 
and Marbletown, then consisted of one hundred and forty mem- 
bers. A few months afterwards there were one hundred and 
eighty; among them, Maritje Jans, widow of Cornelis van Wyn- 
koop, deceased, and Maria van Wynkoop. (Page 152.) 

The name of the wife of Cornelius appears frequently as 
Marytje Jans; but her will gives the family name as Langedyck. 
There was a Maria Jans, orphan daughter, a passenger in March, 
1660, by the Gilded Beaver; and in the same month, Marytje 
Jansen, maiden, came as passenger, on the Love. 35 

Cornelius made his last will as follows: On August 11, 1676, be- 
fore William La Montagne, Secretary for the Honorable Justices at 
Kingston, Cornelius Wynkoop made his will, reciting that he 
was sick abed; that he had a lawful wife, and seven children; 
that his whole estate should be the property of himself or his 
wife, whichever should survive the other; but if the survivor 
should marry again, one half of the estate should be set aside, to 
be equally divided between said children. An inventory of the 
property, sold at auction, was made in 1677. The widow made 
her last will, on May 16, 1679. She was described therein as 
"Maria, widow of Cornelis Wynkoop, lying sick abed," and she 
signed as "Maria Langedyck, widow of Cornelis Wynkoop." 
She "appointed in a Christian-like manner, for tutors or guard- 
ians of her minor children, Wessel Ten Broek and Mr. William De 
Meyer, to have oversight over her minor children left behind, 
. enjoining the said guardians to lead her children in the 
fear of the Lord. ' ' She gave to her ' ' oldest son, Johannes, ' ' ' ' the 
silver piece from the fleet of Piet Heyn." To her "oldest 
daughter, Maritje," she made bequests; also to her "youngest 
daughter, Catharine," and to her "youngest son, Benjamin." 3 6 
She was not an old woman, for she had a child baptized in 1675 ; 
the hardships of a new settlement may have shortened her days, 
as well as those of her husband. On February 8, 1681, the 
guardians, under her will, were ordered to account for the 
property, by spring. The executors let her property, in 1681.37 

35 Documentary Hist, of New York, O'Callaghan, vol. iii., p. 56. 

36 Old book of records, in Kingston, at one time in the hands of Jona- 
than W. Hasbrouck. 

37 Jonathan W. Hasbrouck, of Rondout, 1874. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 15 

The silver piece was, no doubt, a memento of the capture of the 
Spanish treasure fleet, at Matanzas, in 1628, by Admiral Piet 
Pietersen Heyn. 38 

It does not appear, which was the older of the children, 
Johannes or Maria; but, probably Johannes was; for he was 
married in 1687, and Maria's oldest child was baptized the year 
following, and women usually married at an age earlier than 
men. 

A deed was made, on September 1, 1697, by Johannes, Evert, 
Gerret, and Benjamin Wynkoop, and Moses Dupuis, to Jacob 
Rutse, of lands whereof Cornelius Wynkoop, deceased, late of 
Kingston, was in possession. And a partition deed was exe- 
cuted, on April 26, 1715, by Major Johannis, Captain Gerrit, and 
Benjamin Wynkoop, and Moses Dupuis, to Evert Wynkoop. 39 

Children of Cornelius and Maretje Wynkoop: 

2. Johannes, Maj.: b. in Albany, N. Y. : m. 1st, Judith Fran- 
sen Bloodgood: m. 2d, Cornelia Ten Broeck. 

3. Maria: b. in Albany: m. Moses Du Puis. 

4. Evert: b. in Albany, Mch. 24, 1665: m. 1st, Gertrude El- 
mendorf : m. 2d, Antje Kiersted. 

5. Gerret: b. in Albany or Esopus: m. Hilletje Fokker, known 
also as Helena Eltinge. 

6. Nicholas: bp. at Kingston, Oct. 15, 1668, "Claes" : witnesses, 
Jan Willemsen and his wife Barber, Jan Jansen Langedyck, 
Gertie Jansen. He was one of the "seven children" men- 
tioned in 1676, in the will of his father, but is not traced 
further. 

7. Catharine: bp. at Kingston, June 18, 1671; witnesses, Thos. 
Chamber, the Hon. Sheriff, Greveraet, Gerretie Jansen, 
wife of Dirck Foecken. She was one of the seven children 
mentioned in her father's will. Her mother's will, 1679, calls 
Marytje "oldest daughter," implying that an other was then 
living. She has not been traced further. 

8. Benjamin: bp. Kingston, Apl. 18, 1675: m. Phemertje Van 
der Heul. 

£• Johannes Wynkoop, (Cornelius 1,) born in Albany, N. Y. 
He is called "oldest son," in the will of his mother, 1679. He 

38 Dr. George H. Moore, of the Lenox Library, New York. 

39 County Clerk's office, Kingston, Book AA, p. 186; Book BB, p. 412. 



1 6 Wynkoop Genealogy 

died between 1730 and 1733. He married 1st, July 16, 1687, 
Judith Fransen Bloodgood, baptized, New York, May 25, 1665, 
daughter of Capt. Frans Jansen Bloetgoed, of Flushing, N. Y., 
and of Lysbeth Jans. 4 ° Bans were recorded at Kingston, June 
7, 1687, Johannes Wincoop, born at Albany, and Judith Fransen, 
born Flijsengen; and the record of marriage is at Flatbush, L. I. 
Johannes married 2d, under a license dated June 6, 1696, 41 
Cornelia Ten Broeck, who died June 10, 1729, aged 60 years, 3 
months, daughter of Major Dirk Wesselsze and Christina Cor- 
nelisze (Van Buren) Ten Broeck. 42 Ten Broek signifies at the 
moor. Washington Irving's etymology of this name was dis- 
approved, and was abandoned by him. 

Johannes was bound, June 27, 1679, to Benjamin Provoost 
to learn the blacksmith's art; but the indentures were cancelled, 
and in November he was bound to Bruyn Hager, of Hurley, 
to learn the same occupation. 4 ^ He took the oath of allegiance, 
in 1689, in Ulster County. 44 This must have related to William 
III., who became King in 1688. 

Johannes was a magistrate of the Town Court of Kingston, 
May 6, 1691, to January, 1692, and in October, 1693, and, with 
his brother Evert, in 1697, I 7 I °- an d 1712. In the year last 
named, he was president of the court of magistrates. He was a 
trustee of Kingston, in 17 10 and 17 12, and assessor, in 17 11.45 

There was anxiety in the church at Kingston, because of a 
vacancy in the pulpit; and, on November 7, 1692, subscriptions 
were made to the value of ^110, most of them in schepels 
(bushels) of wheat, and Johannes subscribed 12 schepels. In 
September, 1708, Teunis Elese, Capt. Egbert Schoonmaker, Jo- 
hannes Schepmoes, Jacobus Dubooy, Johannes Wynkoop, and 
others, acting with the old consistory, drew a call for the Rev. 
Vincentius Antonides of Midwoud; but he declined. 46 

Johannes was recorded, in 1728, as a freeholder of Kingston, 
and as a Major. In the same year, he is classed with " Old offi- 

4° Hist, of Harlem, Riker, p. 562. 

4 1 Record of Wills, N. Y. Register's Office, lib. 57, p. 157. 

4 2 First Settlers of Albany County, Pearson, p. 109. 

43 Jonathan W. Hasbrouck. 

4 4 Doc. Hist. N. Y., vol. i., p. 279. 

45 Kingston town records, per Henry Brace, of New York. 

46 Hist, of Ulster County, Hasbrouck, pp. 160, 162, 166, 167. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 17 

cers and old men," in a "List of commanding officers, as well 
military as civil." 4 ? 

The last will of Johannes was dated June 9, 1730, and he 
died shortly thereafter. The death is stated in the deed, men- 
tioned third below. A deed was made, dated September 13, 
1733, by Capt. Cornelius , Wynkoop, of Hurley, blacksmith, 
Derick, of the same place and occupation, Johannes, of King- 
ston, cordwainer, Jacob Ten Broeck, and Elizabeth his wife, 
Johannes De Lamater, cordwainer, and Christina his wife, to 
Thomas Beekman, joiner, and Marytje, his wife. The deed men- 
tioned Major Johannes, as deceased. 48 An other deed — never 
recorded, and now in the possession of the compiler,— dated Sep- 
tember 30, 1737, was executed by Cornelius and Derick, of 
Hurley, blacksmiths, Johannes, of Kingston, Esquire, Thomas 
Beekman, of the same place, joiner, and Marytje his wife, Johan- 
nes De Lamater, of Kingston, cordwainer, and Christina his 
wife, to Jacob Ten Broeck, Esquire, of Kingston, and Elizabeth 
his wife. The deed recited that Cornelius, Derick, Johannes, 
Thomas Beekman and wife, and Johannes De Lamater and 
wife, were heirs of Johannes Wynkoop, lately of Kingston, and 
possessed of land in Kingston, by assignment to Johannes Wyn- 
koop, deceased, dated July (or perhaps Jan.) 16, 17 13-14, and 
endorsed upon the back of deed dated February 13, 1688, from 
the trustees of Kingston to Humphrey Davenport. Mrs. Ten 
Broeck, also, was an heir. Still an other deed is found, dated 
October 1, 1737, executed by Cornelius, eldest son, Derick, an 
other son, Elizabeth, eldest daughter, and Jacob Ten Broeck, 
her husband, Marytje, an other daughter, and Thomas Beekman, 
her husband, Christina, youngest daughter, and Johannes De 
Lamater, her husband, children of the late Major Johannes, con- 
veying lands to Johannes Wynkoop, High Sheriff of the county, 
youngest son of said Major Johannes. 48 

Children of Johannes and Judith F. Wynkoop : 
9. Cornelius: bp. June 4, 1688: m. Hendrika Newkirk. 

10. Elizabeth: b. in 1690: m. Jacob Ten Broeck. 

11. Maria: bp. Apl. 23, 1693: m. Thomas Beekman. 

4 ? Doc. Hist. N. Y ., vol. iii., pp. 969, 972. 

* 8 Ulster county deeds, Kingston, Book DD, p. 201; Book EE, p. 38. 
See an other deed at page 204 of DD. 



1 8 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Children of Johannes and Cornelia Wynkoop : 

12. Christina: bp. Mch. 28, 1697: m. Johannes E. De Lam- 
ater. 

13. Derrick: b. Nov. 1, 1698: m. Gertrude Kool. 

14. Catharine: bp. Jan. 19, 1701, Kingston. She died young, 
probably; for she is not mentioned in the partition deed, in 
1733; and in the deed of 1737, Christina is called "young- 
est daughter." 

15. Johannes, sheriff: b. Oct. 7, 1702: m. Maria Bogardus. 

16. Lydia: bp. Feb. 21, 1714. She died young, probably. 

3. Maria ("Marytje") Wynkoop (Cornelius 1), born in Albany, 
N. Y. Her mother's will, in 1679, calls her "oldest daughter," 
and Johannes "oldest son," but does not declare the seniority 
between them. She married Moses Du Puis, son of Nicholas. 
The name is written, also, Du Puy and Du Puite. He was 
living in 17 15. Baptisms of all their children are recorded in 
Kingston. 

Children of Moses and Marytje Du Puis: 

17. Maria Du Puis: bp. Apl. 24, 1681. 

18. Nicholas Du Puis: bp. Dec. 3, 1682. 

19. Catharine Du Puis: bp. Apl. 6, 1684: d. in infancy. 

20. Magdalena Du Puis: bp. Mch. 14, 1686. 

21. Cornelius Du Puis: bp. Jan. 1, 1688. 

22. Catrina Du Puis: bp. May 25, 1690: d. in infancy. 

23. Moses Du Puis: bp. Sept. 27, 1691: m. Feb. 14, 1716, 
Margriet Schoonmaker, bp. Dec. 15, 1695, daughter of Jo- 
chem Hendrickszoon and Anna (Hussey) Schoonmaker. 

24. Benjamin Du Puis: bp. Oct. 13, 1695: m. 1st, Sept. 3, 1719, 
Elizabeth Schoonmaker, bp. Feb. 18, 1700, sister to Mar- 
griet, named above: probably m. 2d, Dec. 13, 1735, Eyke 
De Wit, bp. June 3, 1694, daughter of Jan and Wyntje 
(Kiersted) De Wit. 

25. Susannah Du Puis: bp. Jan. 9, 1698. 

26. Catharine Du Puis: bp. Nov. 30, 1701: m. May 10, 1722, 
Benjamin Schoonmaker, bp. Aug. 19, 1702, brother to Mar- 
griet and Elizabeth. 

27. Jacobus Du Puis: bp. Sept. 19, 1703: m. Aug. 20, 1725, Sara 
Schoonmaker, bp. June 20, 1708, sister to Margriet, Eliza- 
beth, and Benjamin. 

4. Evert Wynkoop (Cornelius 1), born in Albany, N. Y., March 



Wynkoop Genealogy 19 

24, 1665 49 : died July 31, 1746.5° He married 1st, August 26, 
1688, Gertrude Elmendorf, described as born at Kings Town, and 
he, at Albany. The marriage is recorded in the Kingston 
church. She was daughter of Jacobus and Geertje Aertse (Van 
Wagenen) Elmendorf. 5 1 Evert married 2d, Antje 52 Kiersted, 
daughter of Roelof and Eyke (Roosa) Kiersted; and their first 
child was baptized in 1707.53 

Evert took the oath of allegiance, in 1689, in Ulster County. 54 
He was a magistrate of Kingston, in 1695, 1697, 1698, and 1711, 
and a trustee in 1710.55 He is mentioned, in 1728, as a free- 
holder of Kingston; and his widow, in 1755, appears as a slave- 
holder, at Hurley. 56 

His initials, E. W. C, were cut into one of the stones in the 
front wall of the Kaatsbaan church, which was about three miles 
above the village of Saugerties. The church was built in 1732, 
and enlarged in 1816.49 It was rebuilt in 1867, and that stone 
was set into the rear wall. The letter E does not now appear 
in the stone, which was broken, probably, at that time. He 
does not seem to have been a member of that church, but his 
son, Johannes E., was, in 1738, and his grandson, Evert, in 1759. 
Evert 's last will, dated Beaverkill of Kingston, June 2, 1746, 
— now in the possession of the compiler, — mentions his wife 
Antje; his grandchildren Evert and Tjaatje (pronounced Chaw- 
chee) — children of Cornelius; his son Tobias; his grandchildren, 
Evert and Catharine, children of Hezekiah; his sons Jacobus 

4° Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Catskill, N. Y. 

5° Inscription in old graveyard of Saugerties, on the Hudson — per 
Henry Brace. 

5 1 Hist, of Kingston, Schoonmaker. 

52 Je, pronounced yeh, as a mere breathing, and jen, ke, and ken are 
feminine, but are sometimes used for boys — as Benje. 

53 Antje Kiersted was a descendant of Annetje Webber, who married 1st 
Roelof Jansen, 2d Rev. Everardus Bogardus, and was familiarly known 
among the descendants, and in the legal controversies over the real estate, 
held by Trinity Church, New York City, as Anneke Janse. Roelof and 
Anneke (Webber) Jansen had a daughter Sarah Roeloffe, who married 
Hans Kiersted, and Roelof Kiersted. their son, married Eyke Roosa. 
(Complaint : C. C. Kiersted against The People of the State of New York, 
and Trinity Church, N. Y. Common Pleas.) 

54 Doc. Hist. N. Y., vol. i., p. 282. 

55 Kingston town records, per Henry Brace. 

56 Doc. Hist. N. Y., vol. hi., pp. 969, 847. 



20 Wynkoop Genealogy 

and Johannes; his daughter Antje; and his granddaughter, 
Geertje Decker. 

The compiler traces his ancestry to this Evert, through the 
eldest son in each generation; and also to Johannes, eldest son 
of the first Cornelius, through a female descendant. 

Baptisms of Evert 's children are in the Kingston church 
record. 

Children of Evert and Gertrude Wynkoop : 

28. Cornelius: bp. Oct. 13, 1689: m. Barbara Matthysze Van 
Keuren. 

29. Jacobus: bp. May 26, 1691: m. Jannetjen Bogardus. 

30. Nicholas: bp. Apl. 23, 1693. He is not mentioned in his 
father's will, 1746. 

31. Grietje (Margaret) : bp. June 2, 1695 ; not mentioned in her 
father's will. 

32. Marytje (Maria): bp. Sept. 11, 1697: not mentioned in her 
father's will. 

33. Catharina: bp. Dec. 17, 1699: m. Johannes Decker. 

34. Antje (Anne): bp. Apl. 26, 1702: m. Johannes Swart. 

35. Tecla: bp. Feb. 18, 1705, Albany church record: not traced 
further. The name is probably Scandinavian, Tekla. The 
compiler has found Tecla (or Teela) Elbendorp, baptized in 
Kingston, Dec. 7, 1684. 

Children of Evert and Antje Wynkoop: 

36. Johannes Everts: b. Oct. 12, 1707: m. Catharine Schut. 

37. Tobias: bp. May 7, 17 10: d. in infancy. 

^8. Mar etje (Maria) : bp. Aug. 10,1712: she is not mentioned in 
her father's will, 1746. 

39. Hezekiah: b. Jan. 16, 17 15: m. Maria Davenport. 

40. Tobias: bp. Apl. 28, 1717: m. Leah Legg. 

5. Gerret Wynkoop (Gerard), (Cornelus 1,) born in Albany, 
or Kingston, N. Y. : married Hilletje (Hail ?) Fokker, 57 daughter 
of Gerrit and Jakomijntje (Slecht or Slaght) Fokker. She was 
known in Pennsylvania as Helena Eltinge, from the name of her 
step-father. s 8 Gerret was apprenticed, July 8, 1679, for five 

57 The correct spelling is Fokker. In the baptismal record of his chil- 
dren at Kingston, the name appears usually as Gerretse (for Gerretze, a 
patromymic) , and once as Foocken, and as Foocke. 

58 Jakomyntje Slecht m. 1st, Mch. 14, 1666, at Kingston, Jan Barend- 
sen (Kunst) ; 2d, about Oct. 28, 1668, Gerrit Foocken; 3d, Jan Eltinge. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 21 

years, to Heyman Albert, to learn shoemaking. He took the oath 
of allegiance, in 1689, in Ulster County. He was an ensign, in 
1700, in the counties of Ulster and Duchess, under Conrad El- 
mendorf, Captain. ^ He was a magistrate of Kingston, in 1706, 
1707, and 1708; and one of the trustees and overseers, in 1706, 
1707, 1708, and 1709. 6o 

Gerret, in 1 7 1 2 , was a deacon in the Dutch church, in Kingston, 
and, as such, joined in the petition for its incorporation. 59 The 
patent was granted in 1719. 61 

According to the tradition in Pennsylvania, reduced to writ- 
ing, May 12, 1808, — see Introduction, — this Gerret, called Ger- 
ardus, was engaged in planting, in Ulster County, N. Y., until 
1 7 1 7 , when he sold his land there, and removed to the township of 
Moreland, then in the county of Philadelphia, now Montgomery, 
Pennsylvania. His family, at that time, consisted of his wife, 
"Helena Eltinge," and children, Cornelius, Gerrit, Nicholas, 
Henry, Philip, Mary, Jemima, and Anne. 62 "Jemima" is Jako- 
mijntje (Jacoba) in the baptismal record. 

Gerret went into Northampton (a township in Bucks CoUnty), 
in 1727, in which year, Edward Weston and wife conveyed five 
hundred acres of land, of the Tompkins tract, to Garret Winckoop 
of Philadelphia, gentleman. In 1738, Gerret conveyed two hun- 
dred and sixty acres of the same, to Nicholas Wynkoop (his 
son), of Northampton. 6 3 

Gerret was an elder of the church of Northampton and South- 
ampton, January 1, 1744/45. His grandson, Judge Henry 
Wynkoop, was an elder of the same church, in 1789; and his 
granddaughter's husband was its pastor. The descendants of 
this Gerret now own and occupy land in Northampton, which 
passed from him to his son Gerrit. 

G-e-r-r-e-t was given to the compiler, as the correct spelling of 
this name, by William H. Dederick, the veteran schoolmaster, 
of Kingston, N. Y., who indicated Garret as the right pro- 
nunciation. The compiler has found also the spelling G e e r t, 
which should be pronounced Gart, like the a as in fate. 

59 Doc. Hist. N. Y ., vol. i., pp. 279, 363; vol. ii., p. 969. 

60 Kingston town records, per Henry Brace. 

61 Hist, of Ulster County, Hasbrouck, p. 168. 

62 Family record of Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Penn. [157]. 

63 Hist, of Bucks Co., Penn., Davis, p. 358. 



22 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Children of Gerret and Hilletje Wynkoop: 

41. Maria: bp. Kingston, N. Y., June 3, 1694; the mother's 
name recorded Hillitje Gerrits. She married Abraham Van- 
degrift, of Bensalem, Penn. [van der grift = from the canal]. 

42. Jacoba: bp. Kingston, N. Y., Mch. 22, 1696; hername re- 
corded Jacomijntje, and her mother's Foocken. She married, 
June 27, 1 7 18, Joseph Buskark, and her name is recorded 
Jacominea. 64 Judge Henry Wynkoop has her name as 
Jemima, and her husband's as George Buskirk, of Moreland 
[Bosch-kerk = forest church]. 

43. Anne: bp. Kingston, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1698: m. Isaac Van 
Meter, of Salem, N. J., who removed to the South Branch 
of the Potomac, Va. 

44. Cornelius: bp. Jan. 1, 1701: m. Helena Vandegrift. 

45. Gerrit: bp. Nov. 19, 1702: m. Susannah Van Vliet. 

46. Nicholas: bp. Feb. 18, 1705: m. Anne Kuypers. 

47. Henry: bp. Oct. 19, 1707. He is said to have died a bach- 
elor, in Salem, N. J. 6 * But there is a record of marriage, 
Sept. 12, 1737, of Sarah Du Bois, to Henry Wynkoop, who, 
probably, was this Henry. 66 [Du Bois = of the forest]. 

48. Philip: bp. Sept. 11, 1709: m. Margaret Conover. 

49. Tobias: bp. Kingston, N. Y., May 3, 17 13. 

8. Benjamin Wynkoop (Cornelius 1), baptized, Kingston, N. 
Y., April 18, 1675, witnesses, Wessel Ten Broeck, Cornelis Maer- 
sten, Marretie Ten Broeck: married, New York, October 21, 
1697, Femmetje Van der Heul [Phemertje = Phoebe]. In the 
license for marriage, she is called Effonio or ffemmie Van der 
Hule. 6 7 She was baptized August 6, 1671, 68 daughter of Abra- 
ham and Trijntje Hendricks (Kip) Van der Heul. 69 

Benjamin was a goldsmith. He voted in the South Ward, 
New York, September 29, 1701. His name appears, with those 
of other residents of that ward, June 15, 1724, in a remonstrance 

64 Pres. Ch., Abington, Penn., per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

65 Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop, of Chemung, N. Y. 

66 First Pres. Ch., Phil., Penn., per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

67 Record of Wills, Surrogate's office, N. Y., vol. 5, p. 259. 

68 N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record, vol. viii., pp. 70, 71. 

69 Record of Deeds, N. Y., liber 31, p. 513. It seems that she was a 
descendant from Roelof de Kype, of Bretagne, France, who was a par- 
tisan of the Guises, and fled to the Netherlands, where he joined the party 
of the Duke of Anjou. (Corwin Genealogy, pp. 49, 257.) 



Wynkoop Genealogy 23 

against leasing the ground on which the market formerly stood. 
He and his wife were living, in December, 1737. 70 In April, 1741, 
his slave, London, a Spanish Indian, was indicted, with other 
persons, for conspiring to burn the city.? 1 

Children of Benjamin and Phemetje Wynkoop: 

50. Cornelius: bp. N. Y., Dec. 1, 1699: d. in infancy. 

51. Cornelius: bp. June 22, 1701 : m. Elizabeth Van der Spiegel. 

52. Abraham: bp. July 4, 1703: m. 1st, Esther Fisher; 2d, 
Mary Dyer, widow of Nicholas Hammond. 

53. Benjamin: bp. May 23, 1705: m. Eunice Burr. 

54. Catharine: bp. June 29, 1707. 

55. Johannes: bp. Sept. 14, 1712. 

56. Maria: bp. Aug. 29, 17 14. 

9. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized, Kingston, N. Y., June 4, 1688: died about 1747. He 
married, December 14, 1711, Hendrika Newkirk of Marbletown, 
baptized November 11, 1692, died before April, 1747; appar- 
ently daughter of Adrian Gerritszoon and Lysbet Lambertsze 
(Brink) Nieukerk.7 2 In the Wynkoop Family, 1866, she was 
allotted to the namesake and cousin of this Cornelius, in deference 
to an opinion other than that of the compiler, who, on further 
investigation, returns to his original opinion. 

He is described, in conveyances of 1733 and 1737, as of Hurley, 
blacksmith. His last will, as of Hurley, dated September 19, 
1739, appoints his wife an executrix, and mentions ten children: 
Judith, Elizabeth, Cornelia, Johannes, Catharina, Lea, Adriaan, 
Cornelius, Petrus, and Maria. Letters testamentary were 
granted by the surrogate of Ulster County, April 3, 1747, to the 
surviving executors, and the wife was not among them. 73 His 
children's baptisms are recorded in Kingston. 

Children of Cornelius and Hendrika Wynkoop : 

57. Judith: bp. Aug. 31, 171 2: m. Johannes Du Bois. 

58. Elizabeth: bp. Jan. 9, 1715: m. Philip Du Mon. 

59. Cornelia: bp. Mch. 17, 171 7: m. Jan Van Deusen, Jun. 

7° Corporation Manual, N. Y., 1857, p. 520. Record of Deeds, N. Y., 
lib. 32, p. 105. 

7 1 Hist. MSS., Sec'y of State's Office, vol. 66, pp. 79, 99; vol. 74, pp. 
25,81. 

7 2 Kingston church records. 

73 Henry Brace, of New York City. 



24 Wynkoop Genealogy 

60. Johannes: bp. Aug. 16, 17 19. He is mentioned in his 
father's will, in 1739. 

61. Catharina: bp. Feb. 18, 1722: m. at Kingston, N. Y., June 
20, 1747, Lucas Elmendorf. 

62. Leah: bp. May 31, 1724: d. in infancy. 

63. Adriaan, Major: bp. Aug. 21, 1726: m. Catharine Louw. 

64. Leah: bp. Jan. 7, 1728: mentioned in her father's will, 1739. 

65. Cornelius C, Captain: bp. Nov. 5, 1732: m. Maria C. Ruehl. 

66. Petrus: bp. Dec. 22, 1734: m. Janneke, or Anneke, Harden- 
bergh. 

67. Maria: bp. Dec. 22, 1734: mentioned in her father's will, 1739. 

10. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born in 1690, died February 12, 1761: married in Kingston, 
January 17, 17 12, Jacob Ten Broeck, born March 25, 1688, died 
in April, 1746, son of Wessel and Maria (Ten Eyck) Ten Broeck. 74 
Jacob's will was dated March 31, 1746.75 

Children of Jacob and Elizabeth Ten Broeck : 

68. Wessel Ten Broeck: bp. Dec. 7, 171 2: d. Harlingen, N. J., 
in 1747: m., Sept. 5, 1734, Neeltje De Witt, bp. Apl. 22, 
17 1 1, daughter of Tjerck [pro. Cherek] and Anne (Pawling) 
De Witt. His widow married Samuel Stout. 

69. Johannes Ten Broeck: bp. Dec. 12, 1714: m. Catharine Ten 
Eyck. 

70. Maria Ten Broeck: bp. June 30, 1717: m. Henry De Witt. 

71. Cornelius Ten Broeck: bp. June 7, 17 19: m. Margaret Louw. 

72. Judith Ten Broeck: bp. Oct. 15, 1721: m. Teunis Van 
Vechten. 

73. Jacob Ten Broeck: bp. May 3, 1724: m. Garritje Smedes. 

74. Catharine Ten Broeck: bp. Dec. 4, 1 726.76 

11. Maria Wynkoop, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized 
April 23, 1693: married, January 14, 1715, Thomas Beekman, 
born April 13, 1689, died July 11, 1759, son of Johannes and 
Aletta (Lawrence) Beekman. 77 His mother is called, otherwise, 
Aalte Thomase Popinga.7 8 The marriage record describes each 

74 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

75 Will and translation, in office of the clerk of the Court of Appeals, 
Albany. 

76 1\[. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record, vol. xix., pp. 72, 73: and Henry Brace. 

77 Amer. Gen,, Holgate, p. 85. 

78 Henry Brace, of New York City. 



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as living in Kingston. [Beekman = brookman.] The baptisms 
of their children are in the church record, Kingston, N. Y. 
Children of Thomas and Maria Beekman : 

75. Judith Beekman: bp. Dec. n, 1715, "Judikjen." 

76. Alida Beekman: bp. Mch. 16, 1718. 

77. Catharine Beekman: bp. Sept. 18, 1720, "Catrina." 

78. Johannes Beekman: bp. June 23, 1723: m. Lydia Van 
Keuren.79 

79. Maria Beekman: bp. Apl. 3, 1726. 

80. Elizabeth Beekman: bp. Feb. 4, 1728. 

81. Mary ("Molly") Beekman: b. Oct. 14, 1730: m. Cornelius 
Swart [117]. 

82. Cornelius Beekman: bp. Sept. 9, 1733. 

12. Christina Wynkoop, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized March 28, 1697: married, May 12, 1723, Johannes E. De 
Lamater, each of them born and living in Kingston, N. Y. He 
was baptized July 4, 1697, son of Abraham and his second wife, 
Elsie (Tappen) De Lamater. Johannes was a trustee of Kings- 
ton, 1727-40. He married 2d, Maria Decker. Christina's 
children were baptized in Kingston. 

Children of Johannes E. and Christina De Lamater: 
8^. Cornelia De Lamater: bp. Mch. 1, 1724. 

84. Elsjen De Lamater: bp. Apl. 3, 1726. 

85. Catrina De Lamater: bp. Sept. 10, 1727. 

86. Annaatjen De Lamater: bp. Sept. 7, 1729. 

87. Abraham De Lamater: bp. Feb. 18, 1733: m. 1st, Dec. 20, 
1755, Sarah Ten Broek, bp. Dec. 21, 1729, daughter of 
Wessel and Blandina (Gaasbeek) Ten Broek: m. 2d, Marytje 
Ten Broek, bp. Albany, Mch. 30, 1740, probably. She was 
daughter of Jacob and Christina (Van Alen) Ten Broek. 8o 

88. Johannes De Lamater: bp. Feb. 2, 1735. 

89. Annaatje De Lamater: bp. Nov. 21, 1736. 

13. Derrick Wynkoop, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born 
November 1, 1698, baptized November 6: died March 30, 1763: 
married in Kingston, N. Y., July 3, 1725, Gertrude Kool, each 
recited as living in Ulster County. Her name was pronounced 
Cole. (Ko^l would have been pronounced to rhyme with the 

79 James R. Gibson. 

80 New England Gen. Reg., i860, p. 41. 



26 Wynkoop Genealogy 

English word pool.) She was youngest daughter of Cornelius 
Cole. 81 Derrick removed to Hurley, April 20, 1732. 82 
Children of Derrick and Gertrude Wynkoop : 

90. Catharine: b. May 20, 1726, bp. Kingston, Ma}^ 22 : d. aged 
20 yrs., 4 mos., 4 days. 82 

91. June: b. May 21, 1728, bp. May 26: d. aged 12 yrs., 4 mos., 
13 days. 82 

92. Cornelia: b. June 30, 1730: d. aged 1 yr., 5 mos., 24 days. 82 

93. Cornelia: b. May 10, 1732: m. Matthew Ten Eyck. 

94. Cornelius D., Colonel: b. Mch. 5, 1734: m. 1st, Leah Du 
Bois; 2d, Anna Gansevoort. 

95. Johannes: b. Jan. 30, 1736, bp. Feb. 1: m. in Kingston, 
Jan. 5, 1792, Margaret Jansen, bp. Sept. 7, 1729, daughter 
of Johannes and Annatjen (Schepmoes) Jansen, each de- 
scribed as of Kingston. They had no child. The will of 
Capt. Evert [112], Dec. 17, 1750, mentions his brother-in- 
law, Johannes Jansen. According to an other account, this 
Johannes Wynkoop d. aged 47 years, 10 mos. 82 

96. DirrickD.: b. Feb. 23, 1738: m. 1st, Sarah Eltinge ; m. 2d, 
Anna Eltinge. 

97. Ephraim: b. Mch. 10, 1740, bp. Mch. 16: d. aged 3 mos., 
16 days. 82 

98. Hendrikus: b. Oct. 18, 1741, bp. Nov. 1: d. aged 5 yrs., 
18 days. 

99. Jane: b. May 11, 1744: m. Cornelius Jansen. 

100. Catharine: b. Oct. 16, 1747, 82 bp. Oct. 18: d. Jan. 3, 1797: 

m. in Kingston, Nov. 2, 1784, Matthew Persen, b. June 21, 

1739, d. Sept. 11, i8io. 8 3 Her tombstone is in the yard 

of the First Reformed Dutch Church, Kingston. 

15. Johannes Wynkoop, Sheriff, (Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 

1,) born October 7, 1702, baptized October 14: died August 8, 

1791: married, December 19, 1728, Maria Bogardus, baptized 

September 18, 1709, buried October 16, 1787, daughter of Everar- 

dus and Tjaatje (Hoffman) Bogardus. 8 * [Tjaatje is pronounced 

81 William H. Dederick, of Kingston. 

82 Major Peter Van Gaasbeek of Kingston. 

8 3 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

8 * Among the settlers at Rensselaerwyck, in 1630, were Roelof Jansen 
van Maasterlandt, and his wife and family. He came out as a farmer for 
the Patroon, at $72 per year. Five or six years later, the family are found 



Wynkoop Genealogy 27 

Cheauchee. It is a Frisian name, probably.] The marriage 
record describes each as living in Kingston. His tombstone 
stands in the yard of the First Reformed Dutch Church, Kings- 
ton. Johannes was sheriff of Ulster County, in 1731. He was 
described, in 1733, as a cordwainer; and, in 1737, as Esquire. 

The heirs of Johannes are named in a deed, dated June 9, 1795, 
as follows: Petrus, Jun. ; Joseph Gasherie and Catharine his 
wife; Benjamin De Meyer and Elizabeth, his wife; Christopher 
Tappen and Annatje, his wife; Christina; Lydia; Geertruy; 
all of Kingston; Peter, of New York [510, son of his daughter, 
Tjaatje 102, and of Judge Dirck 292]; and Henry [Schoonmaker 
270] of Poughkeepsie. 

Children of Sheriff Johannes and Maria Wynkoop : 

101. Johannes: b. July 3, 1729, bp. July 6: died Aug. 29, 1794. 

He is said to have married, late in life, Ten Broek of 

Flatbush, Ulster County, N. Y., and to have died childless. 

102. Tjaatje (pro. Cheauchee); b. Nov. 19, 1731: d. Nov. 17, 
1757: m. Nov. 1, 1754, Judge Dirck Wynkoop [292]. She 
was known uniformly as Tjaatje, although this name, in 
other cases, has been found often as Charity, in English, 
which seems to be an arbitrary rendering. [Probably a 
Frisian name.] 

103. Cornelia: b. Apl. 22, 1734: m. Edward Schoonmaker. 

104. Mary: b. Mch. 26, 1736, bp. Mch. 28: d. Jan. 20, 1762. 

105. Christina: b. Jan. 2, 1738, bp. Jan. 8: d. Sept. 18, 1806. 
Her last will, as Christina Wynkoop, of Kingston, dated 
June 11, 1803, was proved Jan. 20, 1807. 

at New Amsterdam, where Jansen received, in 1636, a patent for thirty- 
one morgens of land, lying along the North River. Jansen died, and his 
widow, in 1637 or 1638, married Rev. Everardus Bogardus, who was the 
first settled minister at New Amsterdam. He died in 1647, and his 
widow returned to Albany, where she died, in 1663. (Annals of Albany, 
vol. i., p. 15; Collections on the History of Albany, vol. ii., p. 422.) Mrs. 
Jansen was born Anne Webber. She has long been known as Anneke 
Janse, in relation to the land granted to her first husband, which her 
descendants claim that Trinity Church unjustly withholds. One of her 
descendants was wife of Evert Wynkoop [4]. Bogardus, after a pastorate 
from 1633 to 1647, was lost with the ship Princess, on a voyage to Holland. 
He and Anne Webber had a son William, b. 1638, who m., Aug. 29, 1659, 
Wijntje Sybrant, and their son "Everdus," b. Nov. 2, 1660, married 
June 9, 1697, Tjaatje Hoffman. (Dutch Church Magazine, 1827.) 



28 Wynkoop Genealogy 

106. Catharine: bp. Apl. 23, 1739: m. Joseph Gasherie. 

107. Anne: b. May n, 1741: m. Christopher Tappen. 

108. Elizabeth: b. Apl. 18, 1744: m. Benjamin De Meyer. 

109. Petrus, a twin: b. Apl. 18, .1744: m. Mary Van 
Aalstein. 

no. Lydia: b. Feb. 15, 1749, bp. Feb. 19. She joined in the 

deed, made by the heirs of her father, in 1795, by her 

maiden name, 
in. Gertrude ("Geertje"): b. May 23, 1752, bp. May 24: died 

Dec., 1837. She also, and by her maiden name, joined in 

the deed made by the heirs of her father. 

28. Cornelius Evertse Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized, in Kingston, October 13, 1689: died before 1717: married 
Barbara Matthysze Van Keuren, baptized October n, 1685, 
daughter of Matthys Matthyszoon and Tjaatje 8 * (De Witt) Van 
Keuren. Cornelius died between the years 171 2 and 171 7; for 
his name, as Cornelius Evertse, appears, in the assessment roll 
of Ulster County, January 21, 17 12, and is absent from the rolls, 
January 23, 1717, February 13, 1719, and January 25, 1721, and 
the name of his wife, Barbara, is found there. His two children, 
Evert and Tjaatje, are mentioned, in 1746, in the will of their 
grandfather Evert [4]. 

Barbara married 2d, November 5, 1727, Pieter Tappen, 
"youngman" — i. e., not a widower. Perhaps he was son of 
Teunis and Sarah (Schepmoes) Tappen. 

Children of Cornelius E. and Barbara Wynkoop: 

112. Evert, Captain: b. Jan. 29, 1709: m. Arriaantje Schep- 
moes. 

113. Tjaatje: bp. Oct. 8, 1710: m. Petrus Tappen. 

29. Jacobus Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized in 
Kingston, N. Y., May 26, 1691, and recorded "Jacob"; but he 
was known as Jacobus. He married Jannetjen Bogardus. He 
was a resident of Rochester, Ulster County, N. Y., and he is so 
described in a deed from himself to Matthys Du Bois and Evert 
Wynkoop, dated August 29, 1726. 86 He is mentioned in the 
will of his father, in 1746, as if living. 

85 Tjatje was second child of Tjerck Claessen De Witt, from Grootholdt 
en Zanderland, and of Barbara Andriessen, from Amsterdam, married 
April 24, 1656. (Record of Collegiate Dutch Church, New York City.) 

86 Surrogate's Office, Kingston, Book CC. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 29 

Child of Jacobus and Jannetjen Wynkoop: 

114. Cornelius: bp. Kingston, Mch. 25, 1711: m. Anne Schoon- 
maker. 

33. Catharine Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized in 
Kingston, December 17, 1699: married, December 29, 1720, 
Johannes Decker, each of them described as born in Kingston, 
and she recorded as Catharina Evertse. He was baptized 
August 16, 1696, died January 23, 1742, son of Cornelius Jansen 
and Elsie (Ten Broek) Decker. 

Mr. Decker married 2d, May 17, 1726, Maria Jansen, baptized 
September 3, 1704, daughter of Matthys and Rachel (Popinga) 
Jansen. 

Child of Johannes and Catharine Decker: 

115. Gertrude Decker: bp. Oct. 15, 1721, "Gertjen." vShe is 
mentioned in the will of Evert [4], in 1746, as his grand- 
child, Geertje Decker. 

34. Anne Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized April 26, 
1702: married, October 30, 1724, at Kingston, Johannes Swart, 
each described as born in ''Kingstown." She is mentioned in 
the will of Evert [4], in 1746, as his daughter Ant je. [Zwart = 
black.] 

Children of Johannes and Anne (Wynkoop) Swart : 

116. Gertrude Swart: bp. Sept. 26, 1725, "Geertjen." 

117. Cornelius Swart: bp. May 19, 1728: m. Molly Beekman. 

118. Anna. Maria Swart: bp. Dec. 10, 1732. 

119. Evert Wynkoop Swart: bp. Mch. 23, 1735: m. Maria Per- 
sen, b. Nov. 1, 1729, d. Mch. 7, 1792, at Fishkill. 8 7 

120. Benjamin Swart: bp. Sept. 18, 1737. 

121. Tobias Swart: bp. Jan. 13, 1740, "Tobyas." 

122. Catrina Swart: bp. June 6, 1742. 

123. Elizabeth Swart: bp. Apl. 14, 1745. 

36. Johannes Evertse Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born 
and baptized October 12, 1707: married, in Kingston, May 18, 
1730, Catharine Schut; he is described as living in Hackensack, 
and she as born and living in Saugerties. Her name appears 
also as Schot. [Schut = musketeer.] The consistory and con- 
gregation of the church at Paramus, N. J., met, January 15, 1734, 
at the house of Johannis Wynkoop, and Conradius Van der Beek 

87 Tombstone in the yard of the First Dutch Church, Fishkill. 



30 Wynkoop Genealogy 

and Johannis Wynkoop were chosen a committee, to build a 
church at Paramus. 88 In 1738, Johannes Wynkoop and his 
wife are recorded as members of the Kaatsbaan church, near 
Saugerties, N. Y. The baptism of the first two children is re- 
corded at Hackensack; that of the others at Kaatsbaan. 
Children of Johannes E. and Catharine Wynkoop: 

124. Evert: bp. June 13, 1731: m. Sarah Decker. 

125. Myndert: bp. Apl. 26, 1736. [Myn derde = my third.] 

126. Hezekiah: bp. Dec. 26, 1738. 

127. Deborah: bp. Jan. 5, 1741. 

128. Eliza: bp. Oct. 31, 1743: d. in infancy. 

129. Eliza: bp. May 7, 1745. 

130. Sarah: bp. Apl. 21, 1747: m. William Larreway. [La 
Roe.] 

39, Hezekiah Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1 ,) born, in Kings- 
ton, January 16, 17 15, baptized January 23 : d. in 1745 : married, 
at the same place, February 13, 1741, Marijtjen Defenpdort. 
She was born September 27, 171 7, died February 1, 1783. 89 On 
a tombstone, in an old graveyard, of Saugerties, on the bank of 
the Hudson River, is the inscription: "H. W. K: Gb. 1715: 
Gs. 1745 ": and on an other stone, in the same yard, is the in- 
scription : ' ' Hier ligt de overleden Marytje Dauenport huys vrow 
van Hezekiah Wynkoop Geboren 2j Sep. 1J17 overleden den 1 
Feb. i/8j"Q° ("Here lies the deceased Maria Davenport, wife 
of Hezekiah Wynkoop, born Sept. 27, 1717, died Feb. 1, 
1783"). Hezekiah was a member of the Kaatsbaan church, 

in 1743- 

Children of Hezekiah and Maria Wynkoop : 

131. Catharine: b. Sept. 24, 1741: m. Benjamin Post. 

132. Evert: b. Sept. 8, 1743: m. Alida Meyer. 

40. Tobias Wynkoop, (Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized April 28, 
171 7: died about 1786: married, November 11, 1741, Leah 
Legg, he described as born in Kingston, and she in Brabant 
(Ulster County, N. Y.). Her name is found also as Legh. 
Tobias and his children were owners of a saw-mill, on the Kater- 
kil. 9I The children lived in the town of Saugerties, and were 

88 Hist. Discourse at Paramus, Winfield, 1853, P- I 7- 

89 Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Catskill. 

90 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

91 14 Johns Rep., N. Y., p. 354- 



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men of wealth. They were among the chief supporters of the 
Kaatsbaan church. 92 

The last will of Tobias, as of Blue Mountains, Ulster County, 
dated November 10, 1785, proved September 8, 1786, mentions 
his wife Leah, his sons, Hezekiah, Tobias, Petrus, and William, 
and his daughters, Leah and Anntje. It is on file in the office 
of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Albany, N. Y. 93 

Children of Tobias and Leah Wynkoop : 

133. Cornelius: bp. in Kingston, Apl. 25, 1742: d. young, and 
unmarried. 94 

134. Anne: bp. Oct. 31, 1743, Kaatsbaan ch. Her tombstone in 
a Saugerties graveyard, on the bank of the Hudson, reads 
"Gb. 1743 Gs. 1744." 

135. Anne: bp. Nov. 11, 1744: commonly called Hannah: m. 
Christian Meyer. 

136. Hezekiah: bp. June 3, 1750: m. Maria Meyer. 

137. William: bp. Dec. 26, 1751: d. in infancy. 

138. William, Major: bp. Mch. 4, 1753: m. Charity Schermer- 
horn. 

139. Leah: bp. Mch. 31, 1755: m. Peter Britt. 

140. Catharine: bp. Feb. 23, 1757, "Catharina." 

141. Tobias: bp. Aug. 13, 1758: m. Jane Schermerhorn. 

142. Petrus: b. Aug. 4, 1760, Catskill: 9 ^ m. Helena Beer. 

44. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born in Kings- 
ton, N. Y., December 27, 1700, baptized, January 1, 1701: died 
October 26, 1754: married, November 2, 1726, Helena Van de 
Grift. He removed, about the year 17 17, with his father's 
family, to Moreland, Montgomery County, Penn. : and, perhaps, 
thence into Bucks County, in 1727. 

Children of Cornelius and Helena Wynkoop : 

143. Jemima: bp. Jan. 7, 1728, " Jackamincae" : m. Apl. 16, 
1747, Joseph Enock. 96 

144. John: b. Dec. 1 or 15, 1729: m. Catharine Van Meter. 

145. Nelly: b. June 7, 1732,07 bp. July 8, "Nelle." 96 It is 

92 William H. Dederick, of Kingston, N. Y. 

93 Surrogate's Office, N. Y., Book 39, p. 283. 
9 4 Bradley Wynkoop [635]. 

9 5 Ibid. 

96 Pres. Ch., Abington, Penn., per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

9 7 Christopher L. Wynkoop [686]. 



3 2 Wynkoop Genealogy 

supposed that she was the person who married, August 
20, 1755, Robert Fulton.^ 8 

146. Gerrit: b. Nov. 13, 1736,97 bp. Jan. 9, 1737. 96 

147. Rebecca: b. Feb. 2, 1739," bp. Mch. 25: m. Jan. 22, 1761, 
Andrew Van Buskark. 96 

148. Cornelius: b. May 3, 1741,99 bp. June 18.9 6 See Cornelius 
[164.] 

149. Helena: b. Oct. 26, 1743, bp. Dec. 18 9°; d. Nov. 15, 1762.99 
It is supposed that she was the Helena who married, Mch. 
30, 1 761, David Fulton, Sen. (Abington ch. records). Per- 
haps David Fulton, Sen., married "Nelle" [145], and his 
son, Robert, by a former wife, married this Helena. 100 

150. Nicholas: b. Mch. 27, 1746: d. Oct. 5, 1760.99 

151. Jacob: b. Nov. 29, 175099; married, under license of Mch. 
10, 1772, Hannah Cleaver. " 

45. Gerrit Wynkoop, (Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) baptized in 
Kingston, N. Y., November 29, 1702: married Susannah Van 
Vliet, whose name is recorded "Viet," at the baptism of her son 
Johannes, in Bucks County, Penn. No child has been discov- 
ered later than 1736. Doctor James [177] was not his son, 
although the second edition of this genealogy conjectured that he 
was. James was son of Abraham [52], by his second wife. 

98 Christ Church, Phil. See also note to Helena [149]. 

99 Penn. Archives, 2d series, vol. ii. 

100 A manuscript, made by a David Fulton, and dated November 29, 
1855, narrates that David Fulton, the ancestor of the Fulton family, in 
this country, was an Ulsterman, who came to this country to escape perse- 
cution, and settled about one hundred miles northeastward from Boston. 
But the need of constant watchfulness against the savages worried him, 
and he sold his place, and purchased land about fifteen miles northeast of 
Philadelphia. He left three sons, David, Robert, and James, who re- 
moved to Virginia, and settled in Frederick and Loudoun counties. He 
had also a daughter, Hester, who married a Mr. Middleton. 

Robert Fulton married, in Pennsylvania, a woman named Wyncoop, a 
descendant of an ancient family in Germany or Holland, wine-merchants 
— hence the name, from wine and cup. A cane, in possession of one of 
the family, in 1824, is inscribed with their coat of arms, a merchant 
holding a cup of wine in his hand. [No — the derivation is from the 
Netherland wyn, wine, and kooper, a buyer. — Compiler.] 

See also Margaret Fulton, who married, in 1787, Cornelius Wynkoop 
[365]. Robert Fulton, the inventor, b. 1765, d. 181 5, m. 1806, Harriet 
Livingston, was son of an immigrant from Kilkenny, Ireland. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 33 

Gerrit went with his father, in 1727, from Montgomery 
County, Penn., into Northampton, Bucks County; and land 
owned by him is now owned and occupied by his descendents. 

Children of Gerrit and Susannah Wynkoop : 

152. Helleka: bp. Mch. 5, 1730, First Pres. Ch., Phil. 

153. Gerardus: bp. Sept. 30, 1732: m. Elizabeth Bennet. 

154. Adrian: m. Sarah Randell. 

155. Johannis: bp. Apl. 21, 1736, and recorded in the Reformed, 
now Presbyterian Ch., Bensalem, Bucks Co., Penn. 

46. Nicholas Wynkoop, (Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born February 
9, 1705, baptized February 18, Albany church record: died 
August 3, 1759: married, September 29, 1732, Anne Kuypers, 
born March 20, 171 2, died March 21, 1773, daughter of Henry 
Kuypers, of Harsimus, Bergen County, N. J. 101 [Kuiper = 
cooper.] 

Nicholas, described as of Northampton, received, in 1738, 
a conveyance from his father, of two hundred and sixty acres 
of land, part of a tract in Northampton, acquired by his father, 
in 1727. 102 He was dismissed, May 22, 1750, from the Presby- 
terian Church, of Abington, Penn., to the "Low Dutch Presby- 
terian Church," of North and South Hampton, Penn. Of the 
church named last, Gerret, father of Nicholas, was an elder, and 
Henry [157], son of Nicholas, became an elder, and the son-in- 
law of Nicholas, Rev. Jonathan Du Bois [156], became pastor. 
This was the Neshaminy church, a Reformed Dutch organiza- 
tion, but in connection with the German Ccetus, 1748-71. 

Children of Nicholas and Anne Wynkoop : 

156. Helena: b. Feb. 8, 1734: m. Rev. Jonathan Du Bois. 

157. Henry, Judge: b. Mch. 2, O. S., 1737: m. 1st, Susannah 
Wanshaer; 2d, Maria Cummings; 3d, Sarah Newkirk. 

48. Philip Wynkoop, (Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) baptized, Kings- 
ton, N. Y., September 11, 1709: died July 14, 1771: married 
Margaret Conover, or Koenhoven, of Monmouth, N. J., who died 
in 1775, aged 61. [Koenhoven = brave court.] His last will, 
as of the manor of Moorland, County of Philadelphia, Penn., 
dated July 13, 1771, proved August 10, 1771, mentions his wife 
Margaret; his sons, Garret, Cornelius, and Philip; his daughter 

101 Family record of Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Penn. [157]. 

102 Hist, of Bucks Co., Penn., Davis, p. 358. 

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34 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Sarah; Philip and Margaret Van Sakel [Sickle], children of his 
daughter Lenah; Mary Hoogland; and Margaret Titus: and 
appoints his wife and his son Garret, executors. IQ 3 
Children of Philip and Margaret Wynkoop : 

158. Sarah. She is mentioned first in the will of her father, 
1 77 1, who left to her eighty pounds. 

159. Mary: bp. June 5, 1737, ''Maria" : m., July 3, 1767, George 
Hoogland (" Hogeland") io 4 : d. in 1789, aged 52. Mar- 
riage license was dated June 20, 1767, Mary Winecoop and 
George Hoogland. 10 5 

160. Elizabeth: m. Richard Van Sicler, under marriage license, 
dated March 31, i76i. io 5 Richard was brother to Ferdi- 
nand, and two years younger. 100 See Richard Wynkoop 
Van Sicler, under Eleanor [161]. 

It is not certain that Elizabeth was daughter of Philip. 
He does not mention her in his will, 1771; but she may 
then have been dead, and without issue. 

161. Eleanor: supposed to be the child baptized June 18, 1741 : 
married, June 10, 1757, Fernandus Van Sicler. 

162. Margaret: married January 26, 1764, Francis Titus, Abing- 
ton ch., Penn. License was dated January 14, 1764. 

163. Garret: supposed to be the child baptized Feb. 9, 1744: d. 
in 1822: m. Mch.28, 1793, Nancy Van Hoorn. 

164. Cornelius: married. But see Cornelius [148]. 

165. Henry: b. about 1748: d. Jan. 9, 1771, in his 24th year, a 
few days before the death of his father, leaving no issue. 10 ? 

166. Philip: b. about 1756: died about 1814: married Jan. 20, 
1 791, Catharine Van Hoorn. 

5l« Cornelius Wynkoop, (Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) baptized 
New York City, June 22, 1701: married there, May 9, 1724, 
Elizabeth Van der Spiegel, daughter of Jacobus and Anna Van 
der Spiegel. [Van der Spiegel = of the mirror.] He and his 
father-in-law were goldsmiths. 108 He and his wife were received 
to church membership, "on attestation," at Schraalenburg, N. 

IQ 3 Philadelphia Wills, Book P, p. 118, per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

104 p res _ Ch., Abington, Penn. 

IQ 5 Penn. Archives, 2d Series, vol. ii. 

106 p ro f. John W. Van Sickle, Springfield, O. 

io 7 Henry Wynkoop [410J. 

108 Register's Office, N. Y., Liber 64, p. 13; 1725. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 35 

J., December i, 1735. The first five children were baptized in 
New York City ; the others in Schraalenburg. 
Children of Cornelius and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

167. Jacobus: bp. Mch. 3, 1725: m. Alida Koens Myers. 

168. Phoebe: bp. Oct. 19, 1726, "Femmetje" [Phemertje]. She 
was received to church membership, at Schraalenburg, 
Feb. 26, 1747, on confession. Femmetje was a baptismal 
witness there, Jan. 17, 1742, and July 19, 1747. 

169. Benjamin: bp. Dec. 21, 1729: m. Sept. 25, 1755, Catharine 
Boel. 109 This family name is now spelled Boole. 

170. Cornelius, a twin: bp. Dec. 21, 1729: m. Abigail Osburne. 110 

171. Anna: bp. July 29, 1733. 

172. Johannes: bp. Oct. 8, 1738, "Joannes." 

173. Robert: bp. Jan. 17, 1742; witnesses, Lankister Green and 
Femmetje Wynkoop. 

52. Abraham Wynkoop, (Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born July 
1, 1703, bp. N. Y., July 4: died before July, 1768. He married 
1st, Esther Fisher; 2d, Mary Dyer, who died in June, 1778. 
Esther was daughter of Thomas and Margery (Maud) Fisher. 
Thomas was son of John Fisher, who accompanied William Penn, 
on his first voyage, to America, in October, 1682. Margery was 
daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth (Parr) Maud, and Elizabeth 
was of the family of Catharine Parr. 111 Mary Dyer was daughter 
of William Dyer, and granddaughter of William and Mary (Dyer) 
Dyer, of Rhode Island. The second Mary Dyer had married 1st, 
in 1732, Nicholas Hammond, who came from the island of Jersey, 
in 1730. 112 Their son, Nicholas Hammond, Jun., went to the 

109 Corporation Manual, N. Y., 1862, p. 651. 

110 Church records, Fairfield, Conn. 

111 Hannah Logan Smith's book, Phil., 1829, p. 243: Helen W. Wyn- 
koop, Phil. 

112 The original Mary Dyer married William Dyer, a cousin, probably. 
They were residents of Rhode Island. Mary was of the Society 
of Friends, and she went to Boston, to comfort her co-religionists, and 
was banished, under penalty of death. She returned for the same pur- 
pose, and was hanged, in 1660, dying as a martyr to her convictions of 
duty. She was of fine presence, calm, courageous, and resigned. (Some 
Records of the Dyer Family, 1884.) Her granddaughter Sarah, sister to 
Mary, married Sydney George, from Scotland, and their daughter, Sarah, 
was first wife of Nicholas Hammond 3d. Mary, daughter of Nicholas and 
Mary (Dyer) Hammond, married Charles Ridgley, physician, of Dover, 
Del. ; and their son, Nicholas Ridgley, was chancellor of Delaware. 



36 Wynkoop Genealogy 

island of Jersey, and there married Margaret Lempriere. His 
son, also named Nicholas, was sent, in 1772, aged 14, to Phila- 
delphia, to the house of his grandmother, then the widow Wyn- 
koop, to be educated. In 1778, while the British were occupying 
Philadelphia, the widow Wynkoop, and her family, were at 
Appoquinimink Hundred, Newcastle, Del. Benjamin Wyn- 
koop, probably the one who was her step-son, and his family, 
also were refugees at that place, and were very gently enter- 
tained. In 1780, this Nicholas Hammond married his cousin, 
Sarah George, and settled at Cambridge, Md. She died, in 1781 ; 
and, in 1789, he removed to Easton, Md. ; and, some years later, 
he built the place "St. Aubin." In 1792, he married Rebecca 
Hollyday. His letters breathe a gentle, brotherly spirit, for his 
connections, as well as for his blood relations. He maintained 
and educated Lieut. Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop [435], and Hester 
Catalina Wynkoop [441], from her fourth to her sixteenth year. 
Her father, James |_i 7 7 J , in his last sickness, took her to Ham- 
mond's house; and there James died. 

Mary Dyer, while she was the widow Hammond, received a 
conveyance of land at Appoquinimink. Abraham Wynkoop, in 
1745, obtained land in the neighborhood of that of his second 
wife, by deed, which described him as of Sussex County, Del. 
This land was in Cedar Creek Hundred, near Milford, Sussex 
Count} 7 . (See Cornelius P., 479). Abraham was originally of 
New York; afterwards of Philadelphia and Delaware. 

The executors of the will of Abraham Wynkoop made a con- 
tract. July 21, 1768, for the sale of one hundred and forty-four 
and a half acres of land, part of a tract, belonging to him, in 
Cedar Creek Hundred; which they afterwards conveyed, by 
deed, dated June 25, i789. ZI 3 

Children of Abraham and Esther Wynkoop : 

174. Phcebe: b. Oct. 28, 1729: m. John Vining. 

175. Benjamin: b. Nov. 23, 1734: m. 1st, Sarah Wooddrop 
Sims: probably m. 2d, a sister of Sarah. 

Children of Abraham and Mary Wynkoop : 

176. Abram: d. about 1783: m. Rachel Sharpe. 

177. James: physician: d. about 1788: m. Hester Peterson. 
53. Benjamin Wynkoop, (Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) baptized, 

IJ 3 Rolls Office, Lewes, Del., Liber 6, No. 14, folio 168. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 37 

New York City, May 23, 1705: married, Nov. 22, 1730, at Fair- 
field, Conn., Eunice Burr, baptized July 2, 17 10, daughter of 
Judge Peter and Sarah Burr. She was cousin to Rev. Aaron 
Burr, President of the College of New Jersey, who was a son of 
her uncle Daniel. "* 

Benjamin was admitted to church membership at Fairfield, 
Conn., on certificate from the Collegiate Dutch Church, New 
York City. 

Children of Benjamin and Eunice Wynkoop: 

178. Benjamin: b. Sept. 17, 1731, bp. Apl. 9, 1732: m. Grissel 
Frost. 

178A. Peter: b. Oct. 6, 1733. 

179. Catharine: b. Sept. 17, 1735, bp. Sept. 21, 1735: m. May 
1, 1754, Gideon Wellis. 11 * Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop [777] 
wrote that one of his great-aunts married a Mr. Wells. 

180. Eunice: b. Apl. 7, 1739, bp. Apl. 8, 1739. Alonzo [777] 
wrote as follows: "I think one of my great-aunts was 
married to a Mr. Smedley; and that they lived at Can- 
andaigua, and had but one child, a daughter." James 
Smedley was one of the distributers of the estate of Peter 
Burr, grandfather of this Eunice. 

57. Judith Wynkoop, (Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 
1,) baptized August 31, 171 2: married, December 11, 1736, 
Johannes Du Bois, both of them described as born and living in 
Hurley, N. Y. He was baptized, October 10, 17 10, son of Jacob 
and Gerritje (Gerritszen) Du Bois." 6 

Children of Johannes and Judith Du Bois: 

181. Catharine Du Bois: b. Sept. 18, 1737, bp. Sept. 25: m., 
Kingston, Nov. 15, 1757, Johannes Schoonmaker. 

182. Jacob Du Bois: bp. May 27, 1739: d. in infancy. 

183. Jacob Du Bois: bp. July 27, 1740. 

184. Cornelius Du Bois: b. Jan. 24, 1743, bp. Jan. 30: d. June 
24, 1829: m. Mch. 11, 1769, Gertrude Van Vliet, b. Sept. 4, 

1737, d. May 24, 1819. 

185. Johannes Du Bois: bp. Jan. 30, 1743: probably a twin: 
d. in infancy. 

186. Jakomyntje Du Bois: bp. Dec. 2, 1744: d. in infancy. 

"4 The Burr Family, Todd, pp. 146, 147. 

115 Records of the Congregational Church, Fairfield. 

116 Church records, Kingston. 



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187. Henrica Du Bois: bp. Dec. 28, 1746. 

188. Petrus Du Bois: b. Mch. 28, 1749, bp. Apl. 2: d. Apl. 2, 
1830: m. Dec. 23, 1779, Arriaantje Newkirk. 

189. Johannes Du Bois: bp. Aug. 4, 1751: m. Annatje Bovier. 

190. Abraham Du Bois: bp. Feb. 17, 1754: d. unmarried. 

191. Jakomyntje Du Bois (Jacoba or Jemima): bp. June 13, 
1756: m. Dr. Heermance. 

58. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) baptized January 9, 17 15: married, at Kingston, 
December 15, 1739, Philip Du Mon. He was buried January 12, 
1789, aged 80 years. She had a child buried June 11, 1758, 
and an other, a daughter, buried January 10, 1760: all in 
Kingston. "7 All the children were baptized in Kingston. 

Children of Philip and Elizabeth Du Mon: 

192. Catrina Dumond: bp. Nov. 9, 1740. 

193. Maria Dumond: bp. May 9, 1742. 

194. Johannes Dumond: bp. Jan. 22, 1744. 

195. Hendrika Dumond: bp. Dec. 29, 1745: d. in infancy. 

196. Annatjen Dumond: bp. June 12, 1748. 

197. Hendrika Dumond: bp. Oct. 28, 1750. 

198. Elizabeth Dumond: bp. June 2, 1754. 

199. Cornelius Dumond: bp. June 19, 1757. 

59. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) baptized March 17, 171 7: married, Kingston, July 4, 
1 741, Jan Van Deusen, Jun., she described as born in Hurley, 
and he, in Kingston, and both as living in Hurley. Their chil- 
dren were baptized in Kingston. 

Children of Jan and Cornelia Van Deusen : 

200. Hendrica Van Deusen: bp. May 23, 1742: d. in infancy. 

201. Hendrica Van Deusen: bp. Sept. 2, 1744. 

202. Johannes Van Deusen: bp. May 19, 1746. 

203. Catharina Van Deusen: bp. Mch. 11, 1750. 

204. Maria Van Deusen: bp. Sept. 16, 1753. 

63. Adriaan Wynkoop, Major, (Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized, Kingston, N. Y., August 21, 1726: died 
in 1795: married, in Kingston, October 25, 1754, Catharine 
Louw, born January 25, 1733, died November 17, 1796." 8 

Adriaan is mentioned, May 11, 1775, as one of the Committee 

"7 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

118 Inscription, West Hurley grave yard. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 39 

of Hurley, to choose deputies to the New York provincial con- 
vention; and again, November 7, 1775, for the same purpose, 
in pursuance of which they chose Dirck Wynkoop [292], among 
others. He was chairman of the Associators of Hurley, July 6, 
1775. As chairman of the Hurley Committee, he notified the 
provincial convention of the election of militia officers. There 
was a dispute as to the field officers of the Northern Regiment of 
Ulster County, and, in response to the provincial convention, he 
was nominated for Major. He is found as Major, of the First 
Regiment, Ulster County, May 25, 1775, and May 1, 1776. He 
was placed in command, October, 1776, of two hundred men, 
at the instance of the field officers of Ulster County, to guard 
the passes of the Hudson. Major Adriaan's bill, for £i6,is.4%d., 
was allowed January 18, 1777, for pay and subsistence of two 
hundred men, raised in Ulster County, and employed in guard- 
ing the passes, for twenty-seven days." 9 The appointment was 
for two months' service. 120 

The last will of Adriaan, as of Hurley, dated April 22, 1795, 
proved August 21, gave his whole estate to his wife, Catharine, 
and his nephew, John C. Wynkoop. It mentioned Dirk his 
brother, and Cornelius Dumond, son of his sister Elizabeth. 121 
Perhaps Dirk was a brother-in-law, or maternal half-brother. 
Adriaan's widow, in her last will, dated November 13, 1796, 
proved January 2, 1797, mentioned her brother, Cornelius Low. 121 
Her sister, Margaret, married, September 2, 1746, Cornelius Ten 
Broek[7i]. Adriaan had no child. 

65. Cornelius C. Wynkoop, Captain, (Cornelius 9, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) was baotized in Kingston, N. Y., 
November 5, 1732: died August^-t^^. 122 He married, April 
24, 1760, Maria Catharina Roel, 123 daughter of Gustav Martin 
and Maria Margaretha (Bimper) Roel. In New York Marriages, 
i860, their marriage bond is indexed, April 17, 1760, with a 
reference to book iii., p. 112, and her name is spelled Ruehle. 
These bonds were given when the Secretary of the province of 

110 Journal of N. Y. Provincial Convention, vol. i., pp. 23, 189, 36, 193, 
219, 178, 294, 489, 62, 98. 

120 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series, vol. iii., pp. 1027, 1167. 

121 Records of Wills, Kingston, Book BB, pp. 225, 346. 

122 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

123 Corporation Manual, N. Y., 1863, p. 651. 



4° VVynkoop Genealogy 

New York issued licenses, and the two were a substitute for the 
ban, or giving of notice. 

Cornelius was admitted a freeman of the city of New York, in 
1770, and was described as a shop-keeper. I2 4 He left New York 
when the British took possession of that place. He appears as 
Cornelius C. Wynkoop, Captain of the First Company, S. E. 
District of Marbletown Township, in the Third Regiment of 
Ulster County, with Col. Levi Pawling, Lieut. -Col. Jacob Hoorn- 
beck, and Majors Johannis Cantine and Joseph Hasbrouck. 12 * 
He was commissioned, March 20, 1779, as Assistant Commissary 
of Issues, in the Northern Department, under the signature of 
James Gray, Deputy Commissary General, Albany. The com- 
mission was addressed to him as Cornelius Wynkoop, Esq., and 
recited that it was granted by virtue of power and authority 
invested [in him, Gray] by the Congress of the Thirteen United 
States of North America, subject to directions from time to 
time, from this or a future Congress, or Committee of Congress, 
from the Commander-in-Chief, for the time being, from the Com- 
missary General of Issues, or from the Deputy Commissary of 
Issues for the Northern Department, according to the rules and 
discipline of war. 

His wife's mother, "Marytje Roel," married 2d, March 18, 
1743, Dutch church, N. Y., George Petterson. The will of 
George Petterson, of the city of New York, sugar baker, dated 
September 12, 1764, mentions his wife Mary, and her two 
daughters, Maria Catharine, wife of Cornelius C. Wynkoop, and 
Sabrina, wife of Nicholas De Ron da. 

The children of Cornelius C. were baptized in New York City. 

Children of Cornelius C. and Maria C. Wynkoop : 

205. John C. : bp. Jan. 21, 1761: m. Lydia Silvester. 

206. Maria: bp. July 4, 1762: m. Henry Stanton. 

207. Catharine: bp. Nov. 20, 1763: m. Jonathan Hasbrouck. 

208. George Pieterson: bp. July 17, 1765: d. in infancy. It is 
said that he was named after a physician of Montgomery, 
N. Y. : but see George Petterson, above. 

209. Anna Sabina: bp. July 13, 1766: m. Henry H. Schoon- 
maker. 

12 4 Corporation Manual, N. Y., 1856, p. 501. 

12 5 Services of Levies and Militia, Hist, of N. Y ., Revolutionary Period, 
vol. i., p. 300. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 4 1 

210. Elizabeth: bp. Dec. 3, 1769: m. Jacob Hicks.^^^ />?<£ 

211. Cornelius C. : bp. May 24, 1772: died in fc&s8, unmarried. 
He was an attorney at law, and was so described in a deed 
to him, in 1795, and in a deed by him, in 1796. 126 He is 
mentioned in the Introduction, in relation to a book-plate. 

212. Henrietta: bp. Mch. 23, 1775: d. in i860: m. Dr. Henry 
Van Solingen. 

213. Augustus: b. Sept. 10, 1777: m. Anne Maria Silvester. 
66. Petrus Wynkoop, (Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 

1,) baptized, in Kingston, December 22, 1734: married Janneke 
Hardenbergh. 12 ? In the record of baptism of their children, in 
Kingston, her name is Janneke; but elsewhere it is Anneke. 
Children of Petrus and Janneke Wynkoop : 

214. Cornelius: bp. June 11, 1775: mother "Jantje Harthen- 
bergh." 

215. Jane: bp. Sept. 22, 1776: mother "Janneke." 

216. Peter P.: bp. Jan. 25, 1779: m. Anna Roosa. 

69. Johannes Ten Broek, (Elizabeth Wynkoop 10, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized December 12, 17 14: died in 
New Jersey, December, 1738: married, February, 1738, Cathar- 
ine Ten Eyck. 

Child of Johannes and Catharine Ten Broek: 

217. Johannes Ten Broek, b. 1739. (N.Y. Gen. and Biog. Record, 
vol. xix., p. 72.) 

70. Maria Ten Broek, (Elizabeth Wynkoop 10, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) baptized June 30, 171 7: died May 19, 1769: 
married, November 10, 1738, Henry De Witt, baptized January 
24, 1 7 14, died September 17, 1753, son of Tjerck and Anne 

126 New York Register's Office, Liber 416, pp. 68, 70. 

12 7 Johannes Hardenbergh migrated to this country, sometime after the 
middle of the seventeenth century. He was by birth a Prussian, but is 
said to have been connected with the British service, as an officer. He 
left two sons, one of whom settled on Long Island, and the other at 
Rosendale, about eight miles southwest of Kingston, Ulster County, 
N. Y. He, in connection with Robert Livingston, purchased a patent of 
land, comprehending the whole of the county of Sullivan, and all that 
part of the county of Delaware which lies east of the Mohawk, or West 
Branch of the Delaware River. The tract is yet known in the history 
of New York, as the Hardenbergh Patent. {Annals of Amer. Pulpit. 
Sprague, vol. ix., Ref. Dutch portion, p. 21.) Hardenbergh is the name 
of a town, in the province of Overyssel, Netherlands. 



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229. John Ten Broek: b. June 21, 1760, bp. July 31. He was 
licensed as a physician, and settled in Virginia, and after- 

~ds in Xe -k. He disappeared. It was belir 

that he was unmarried. 

230. Petei ren Broek: b. Nov - 1762, bp. Nov. 28. He died 
from a fall on the ice, and was unmarried. He entered 
Queens College. He served in the Revolutionary army, 
and was at the capture of Yorktown. Afterwards he was 
a surveyor. He was engaged in business of some kind at 

L'Operstown, X. Y. 

231. Abraham Ten Broek: b. Sept. 6, 1765, bp. Nov. 13: d. in 
Philadelphia, in 1841: m. in April, 1807, Eliza Howell, of 
Trenton, N. J. He was a lawyer, and settled at Coopers- 
town. After his marriage, he removed to Philadelphia. 
He had two sons, married, and one daughter, single. 

232. Helena Ten Broek: b. Jan. 26, 1768: d. Feb. 15, 1855: 
m., in 1787, Samuel Beekman, who lived in Harlingen, N. J. 

72. Judith Ten Broek, (Elizabeth Wynkoop 10, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) born October 12, 17 21, baptized October 15 : died 
March 8, 1783: married, January 9, 1742, Teunis Van Vechten, 
of Catskill, born April 1, 1707, baptized, Albany, June 1, died 
April 3, 1785, son of Teunis and Cathalyntje (Van Petten) Van 
Vechten. The baptisms of their children are given in the N. Y. 
Gen. and Biog. Record, vol. xix., pp. 75, 76. 

Children of Teunis and Judith Van Vechten : 

233. Samuel Van Vechten: b. Sept. 28, 1742, bp. Oct. 8, Albany: 
d. Feb. 12, 1813: m., in 1781, Sarah Van Orden, b. Aug. 18, 
1758, d. Dec. 12, 1824, daughter of John and Tryntje (Du 

Bois) Van Orden. 

234. Jacob Van Vechten: b. Sept. 18, 1747, bp. Oct. 11 : d. Apl. 
30, 1806: m., in Claverack, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1787, Elsie 
Staats, bp. Oct. 15, 1744, at the Lutheran Church, Athens, 
N. Y.. died between Feb. 20 and June 11, 181 1, daughter of 
Johannes and Alida (Hollenbeck) Staats, of Kinderhook. 

255. Teunis Van Vechten: b. Apl. 24, 1749, bp. May 21: d. 

Dec. 7, 181 7: m. Elizabeth De Wendelaer, bp. in Albany, 

N. Y.. Dec. 16, 1753, d., in the same place, Dec. 1, 1831, 

daughter of Pieter and Anna (Bogardus) De Wendelaer. 

Anna was the second wife of Pieter. 

236. Elizabeth Van Vechten: b. Oct. 6, 1757, bp., in Albany, 



44 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Nov. 5: d. Feb. 17. 1813: m. June 9, 1782, Kaatsbaan 
ch.. Hezekiah Van Orden, bp., in Germantown, N. Y., Jan. 

22. 1749. died Aug. 13. 1796, son of William and Sarah (Du 
Bois) Van Orden. 
257. Abraham Van Vechten: b. Dec. 5, 1762, bp. Dec. 27, 
Albany: d. Jan. 6. 1837: m., in Albany, May 20, 1784, 
Catharine Schuyler, b. in Albany, Mch. 23, 1766: d. Sept. 
::. 1820, daughter of Philip Pieterse and Anna (Wendell) 
Sclnryler. 
73. Jacob Ten Broek, (Elizabeth Wynkoop 10. Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) baptized May 3, 1724: died August 21, 1793: 
married, December 21, 1751, Garritje Smedes, born January 5, 
1727, baptized January 15, died April 2, 1796, daughter of 
Petrus and Catrina (Du Bois) Smedes. The baptisms of their 
children are given in the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record, vol. xix., 
p. 76. 

Children of Jacob and Garritje Ten Broek: 

238. Catharine Ten Broek: bp. May 27, 1753: d. Mch. 21, 1826, 
unmarried. 

239. Elizabeth Ten Broek: bp. May 18, 1755. 

240. Magdalena Ten Broek: bp. Sept. 11, 1757. 

241. Maria Ten Broek: b. May 16, 1760, bp. Ma}' 18: d. Dec. 2, 
1828: m., Aug. 16, 1789, Cornelius Burhans, b. Sept. 29, 
1764, d. Nov. -27, 1831. 

242. Helen Ten Broek. 

243. Sacath reo Broek. , 

244. Jacob Ten Broek: b. Oct. 30, 1766: d. Mch. 30, 1829: m., 
Mch. 22, 1803, Margaret Watson. 

78. Johannes Beekman, (Maria Wynkoop 11, Maj. Johannes 2, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized, in Kingston, June 23, 1723: married, 
October 20, 1750, Lydia Van Keuren, born April 17, 1729, 
daughter of Tjerck and Marytjen (Ten Eyck) Van Keuren. The 
dates of birth of the children are from James R. Gibson, through 
Henry Brace. 

Children of Johannes and Lydia Beekman. 

245. Thomas Bee km an: b. Oct. 20, 1751. 

246. Tjerck Beekman: b. Jan. 1, 1755. 

247. Rebecca Beekman: b. June 11, 1758. 

248. John Beekman: b. July 12. 1761. 

249. Benjamin Beekman: b. Sept. 12, 1762. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 45 

93. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Dirrick 13. Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius i,) born May 13, 1732, baptized May 18: married, in 
Kingston, X. Y., December 21, 1752. Matthew Ten Eyck, she 
described as a young woman, and he as a young man, "both 
under the jurisdiction of Hurley."' He was born in 1728 128 : 
died in 1S09. [Ten eik = at the oak.] 

Children of Matthew and Cornelia Ten Eyck I2 9 : 

250. Abraham Ten Eyck: b. June 23. 1754: m. Sarah Elmendorf. 

251. Geertje Ten Eyck: bp. Nov. 28, 1756. 

252. Jane Ten Eyck: bp. May 13. 1759. " Janneke " : m.. Jan. 12, 
17S2, Gerrit Simonse Yeeder. 130 

253. Dirck Ten Eyck: bp. Feb. 7. 1762: a physician: m. Janet 
Baker. 

254. Catharine Ten Eyck: b. Oct. 27. 1765. bp. Nov. 3: d. 
Apl. 3, 1840: m. Nov. iS. 1786. Garrit De Witt. b. Aug. 8, 
1762. d. Feb. 5. 1S46. 

255. John Ten Eyck: bp. Apl. S. 1770 : d. unmarried. 

256. Maria Ten Eyck: bp. Oct. 26. 1772 : m. Col. Albert Pawling. 

257. Blandina Ten Eyck: who died unmarried. 

94. Cornelius D. Wynkoop. Colonel, (Dirrick 13. Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1.) born March 5. 1734. baptized March 10: died, in 
Hurley. X. Y.. in X'ovember. 1792: married 1st. May 2S. 1762, 
Leah Du Bois. both described as living in Ulster County. She 
was baptized May 2. 1742. seventh child of Cornelius and Mar- 
garet (Hoogteyling) Du Bois. of New Paltz. X. Y. 131 Hoogtey- 
ling is now written Houghtaling. Cornelius married 2d. in 
Albany, January 2. 1778. Anna Gansevoort, who died, in Albany, 
August 9. 1794. aged 49 years. 10 months. 3 days. She was 
daughter of Harmen and Margaret (Douw) Gansevoort. 

Cornelius D. was appointed, June 30. 1775. Major of the 
Third Regiment. Col. James Clinton, raised in Ulster and 
Duchess counties. He was made Lieut. -Col. of the same regi- 
ment. August 2. 1775, and was ordered to muster the companies 
of Captains Hasbrouck and Brown. He became Colonel, April 
1 1 . 1 7 76. A list of the officers of the regiment is given in Force's 
American Archives, 5th Series, vol. i., p. 1311. He was one of 

"8 Rev. James B. Ten Eyck. of Walden, X. Y. 

"9 Church records, Kingston: Rev. James B. Ten Eyck: Henry Brace. 

130 Early Settlers of Schenectady, Pearson. 

131 Record of Family of Louis Du Bois, p. 44. 



4 6 Wynkoop Genealogy 

the Associators of Hurley, July 6, 1775. 132 He was. probably, 

the " General Wynkoop , " who made the address of welcome to 
General Washington, at Hurley. (^See Cornelius E. 295.) 

Cornelius was killed by one of his negroes, who had been in- 
furiated by punishment received from the son of Cornelius, on 
account of a disturbance that he had made in the kitchen, and by 
a reprimand from Cornelius himself. The negro mistook the 
father for the son, probably. 

The last will of Cornelius D.. dated Hurley. May 2. 1770, was 
proved June 13. 1793. 133 

Children of Cornelius D. and Leah Wynkoop: 
25S. Derrick C. : b. Apl. 4. 1703: m. Elizabeth Sparling. 

259. Leah: b. Apl. 9. 1766: m. Abraham Ten Eyck De Witt, 
M.D. 

Children of Cornelius D. and Anna Wynkoop: 

260. Gertrude: b. Dec. 26, 17S1. bp. in Kingston. Mch. 2S, 
1 7 S 2 . * ' Gerritj e " : d. in infancy. 

261. Herman Gansevoort : b. Dec. 16, 17S5 : cL, in Albany, Mcb. 
3. IS54. 1 -' 4 He is mentioned, in 1S13, as a druggist, at 124 
Market Street. Albany. 

262. Gertrude Magdalen: bp. Nov. 29, 17SS, "Geretje," Kings- 
ton church record. 

96. Derrick D. Wynkoop. (Dirrick 13. M a j. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born February 23. 173S. baptized February 26. "Dirk" : 
married 1st. November 15, 1705. Sarah Eltinge. both described 
as living in Lister County. She was daughter of Xoah Eltinge, 
and granddaughter of Tan Eltinge. who was the first of the name 
in this country. ^s ^See Gerret 5.) Derrick D. married 2d. 
Anna Eltinge. daughter of Alvah. Her will, as of Xew Paltz, 
widow of Derrick Wynkoop. dated July 26. 1S27. was proved 
November 15. 1S29. 136 

Dirk Wynkoop was one of the persons present, in 1767, at the 
organization of the Second Reformed Dutch Church, at New 
Paltz. under Rev. Isaac Rysdyck. He seems to have been then 

132 Journal of X. Y. Provincial Convention, vol. i., pp. 62, 117. 98, 424. 

36. 

133 Records of Kingston. Book B, p. 47. 

l3 -* Annals of Albany, vol. vi., p. 524 

13 5 Edmund Eltinge. of Xew York City. 

136 Kingston Wills. Book G, p. 116. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 47 

a resident of New Paltz, but in connection with the Kingston 
church. 13 7 He was an Associator of New Paltz, May 10, 1775. 138 

Under the head of "Ulster County Militia" (Land Bounty 
Rights), appears as under Col. Levi Pawling, Dirck D. Wyn- 
koop. x 39 

Children of Derrick D.: 

263. Gertrude: b. July 4, 1769, bp. Aug. 22, New Paltz Confer- 
ence or 2d Church: m. 1st, in Nov., 1790, David Colden, 
6th son of Cadwallader and Elizabeth (Ellison) Colden: m. 
2d, Alexander Colden, 4th child of the same parents. 

264. Cornelia: b. Aug. 12, 1771, bp. Oct. 14: d. in infancy. 

265. Cornelia: b. Oct. 30, 1772: m. Peter Eltinge. 

99. Jane Wynkoop, (Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born May 11, 1744, baptized May 13, "Janneken": married, 
January 27, 1778, Cornelius Jansen, widower, both described as 
born and living in Kingston. The baptisms of their children are 
in the Kingston church records. 

Children of Cornelius and Jane Jansen : 

266. Grietje (Margaret) Jansen: bp. Nov. 29, 1778. 

267. Maryeitje Jansen: bp. Aug. 5, 1781. 

268. John C. Jansen: bp. Dec. 1, 1782: d. Dec. 6, 1856. 

269. Catharina Jansen: bp. May 16, 1785: d. Dec. 10, 1856. 
103. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 

2, Cornelius 1,) born April 22, 1734, baptized April 28: died 
October 6, 1759: married, October 29, 1757, Edward Schoon- 
maker, described as a young man, born and living in Kingston. 
[Schoenmaker = shoemaker.] 

Child of Edward and Cornelia Schoonmaker: 

270. Henry Schoonmaker: bp. Apl. 30, 1758. He is mentioned 
as living, in a deed, dated June 9, 1795, made by the heirs 
of his grandfather, Sheriff Johannes [15]. 

106. Catharine Wynkoop, (Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) baptized April 23, 1739: died March 5, 1813: 
married, New York, October 16, 1767, Joseph Gasherie, under 
marriage bond of October 14, 1767. 

Mr. Gasherie was prominent, during Revolutionary times, and 

13 7 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, vol. i., p. 201. 

138 Journal of N. Y. Provincial Convention, vol. i., p. 36. 

139 jv\ Y. in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1898, p. 195. 



48 Wynkoop Genealogy 

afterwards. He was associated with Abram Hasbrouck and 
others, in the care of the public records of the province. (See 
Jonathan Hasbrouck [207].) On April 23, 1789, Jeremiah Van 
Rensselaer, chairman of the Republican Committee, wrote to 
Joseph Gasherie, Dirck Wynkoop [292], and Christopher Tappen 
[107] Kingston Republican Committee, urging efforts for the 
re-election of George Clinton as Governor. (The letter is in the 
possession of the compiler.) 

107. Anne Wynkoop, (Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 2, 
Cornelius 1,) born May 11, 1741, baptized May 18, Kingston: 
died May 26, 1815: married, May 9, 1761, Christopher Tappen 
[299], baptized June 13, 1742, Kingston, son of Petrus [113]. 
Both were described as living in Kingston. Marriage bond is 
dated April 16, 1761. 

On October 10, 1777, he was associated by the Committee of 
Safety, in an order to Abram Hasbrouck and others, to remove 
the public records from Kingston to Rochester, Ulster County. 
(See Jonathan Hasbrouck [207].) He was a member of the 
Kingston Republican Committee, in 1789. (See Joseph Gasherie 

[106].) 

Children of Christopher and Anne Tappen: 

271. Maria Tappen: bp. June 13, 1762, Kingston. 

272. Cornelia Tappen : bp. Oct. 15, 1763. 

273. Petrus Tappen : bp. Nov. 4, 1764: m., Feb. 16, 1786, Anne 
De Witt, b. Nov. 11, 1764. 

274. Cornelia Tappen: bp. Mch. 6, 1770. 

275. George Tappen: bp. Apl. 13, 1772. 

276. Catharine Tappen: bp. Aug. 28, 1774: d. in infancy. 

277. Annatje Tappen, a twin: bp. Aug. 28, 1774. 

278. Catharina Tappen: b. Dec. 8, 1776. 

279. Christopher Tappen : b. Jan. 1, 1785. 

108. . Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) born April 18, 1744, baptized April 22, twin 
to Petrus: died August 31, 1822: married, in 1767, Benjamin 
De Meyer, and survived him, as appears from the inscription on 
her tombstone, in the graveyard of the First Dutch Church, 
Kingston. Their marriage bond was dated January 26, 1767. 
[De Meyer = the sheriff.] 

Children of Benjamin and Elizabeth De Meyer: 

280. Elizabeth De Meyer: bp. Nov. 2, 1768: d. Mch. 12, 1839: 



Wynkoop Genealogy 49 

probably the person who m., Sept. 10, 1801, William 
Schuneman, of Catskill. 

281. John De Meyer: bp. Feb. 13, 177 1, Kaatsbaan Church. 

282. Nicolaas De Meyer: bp. Oct. 2, 1773, Kingston. 

283. Maria De Meyer: bp. Sept. 25, 1776: d. in infancy. 

284. Mareitje De Meyer: bp. May 16, 1779, father's name spelled 
de Meir: probably married John Souser, of Catskill. 

109. Petrus Wynkoop, (Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 2, 
Cornelius 1,) a twin, born April 18, 1744, baptized April 22 : died 
February 3, 1818, as shown by inscription on tombstone, in 
the yard of the First Dutch Church, Kingston: married, Sep- 
tember 20, 1778, Kinderhoek, Mary Van Aalstein, of Kinder- 
hoek, born July 18, 1753, died April 21, 1837. The record in the 
Bible of the father of Petrus, has the death of Petrus as of Janu- 
ary 23, 1 819, and has his wife's name Mary Van Alstyne. They 
lived at Clermont; afterwards in Kinderhoek; and removed to 
Kingston, in 1796. The will of the widow, dated September 3, 
1 83 1, was proved April 30, 1838. 

Children of Petrus and Mary Wynkoop : 

285. John: b. Aug. 11, 1779, bp. Aug. 15, Kinderhoek: d. Sept. 
2, 1799, in Philadelphia, of yellow fever, unmarried. 

286. Martin: b. Jan. 31, 1781, bp. Mch. 4: d., in Kingston, June 
28, 1 82 1, unmarried. See inscription on his tombstone in 
the yard of the First Dutch Church, Kingston. 

287. Peter: b. Aug. 28, 1783, bp. Sept. 28: d. in New Orleans, 
unmarried. 

288. Abram: b. Mch. 26, 1786: m. Maria Van Steenberg. 

289. Catharine: b. Oct. 9, 1788, bp. Oct. 26: d. Mch., 1862, in 
Kingston, unmarried. The compiler saw crepe upon the 
door, for her, as he passed to the funeral of his great-aunt, 
"Miss Peggy Wynkoop ",[516]. 

290. Benjamin: b. July 16, 1791 ; bp. Aug. 21: d. Aug. 15, 1821, 
as inscribed upon the tombstone in the yard of the First 
Dutch Church, Kingston. 

112. Evert Wynkoop, Captain, (Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born January 29, 1709, baptized September 11: died 
September 16, 1757, of camp fever, at his home, to which he had 
returned sick from the Old French War, in which he was a 

T 4° Record of Wills, Kingston, Book I, p. 270. 



50 Wynkoop Genealogy 

captain. He was a brewer. He married, May 3, 1730, Arri- 
aantje Schepmoes, born November 12, 1706, died March 26, 1779, 
daughter of Derrick and Grietje (Tappen) Schepmoes. She was 
baptized, in Kingston, November 17, 1706. She was descended 
from Jansz I. Schepmoes, who took a lot in New Amsterdam, 
May 18, 1643, and an other, July 6. Her sister, Anna, baptized 
September 3, 1704, married Johannes Jansen, and was mother 
of Margaret, who married Johannes Wynkoop [95]. Derrick 
Schepmoes died February 21, 1725, and his wife, March" 3, 1743. 

"Miss Peggy Wynkoop " [516], great-aunt of the compiler, left 
to him, in 1862, an old Dutch Bible, Dordrecht and Amsteldam 
{sic), 1 714, in German text, folio, with brass clasps, containing 
quaint illustrations. On a fly-leaf, at the back of the book, is 
the inscription, "Ariaentie Schepmoes Haer Bijbelannoye 1725." 
Then follows an entry of her birth, in 1706, and other entries, 
made by her son Dirck, down to 1779, the date of her own 
death. The record closes with an entry of Dirck's death, in 
1796. On a flyleaf in the front of the book is the record of 
E vert's birth and marriage, and of the births and deaths of his 
children, down to 1746. Accompanying this book was a loose 
sheet giving Dirck's own family, 1754-61. 

Capt. Even's last will, dated December 19, 1750, unrecorded 
and unproved, is in the possession of the compiler. It described 
him as of Kingston, and a brewer, and mentioned his wife " Ari- 
antje,'' his sons Derick and Cornelius, and his brother-in-law, 
Johannes Jansen. It made provision for his son Cornelius, in 
the terms following: " I do hereby direct that he shall be edu- 
cated and brought up, out of my estate, and not inferior to 
what my son Derick hath had, both as to education and assis- 
tance." He gave the executors power to sell the estate, with 
this limitation : " Except the orchard and ground lying along the 
Green Kill Road, which I bought of the heirs or devisees of 
Tunis Tappen, deceased, and my low land over the Esopus 
Creek, which I have lately bought of Maj. Hardenbergh and 
his children, which two parcels of land are not to be sold, and 
I do hereby devise and bequeath the same unto my said two 
sons, share and share alike." He appointed his brother-in- 
law, Johannes Jansen. David De Lametter. and his son Derick, 
executors. 

His tombstone stands in the vard of the First Reformed Dutch 



Wynkoop Genealogy 5 1 

Church, Kingston, with the inscription: "Here lies the body of 
Capt. Evert Wynkoop who departed this life the 16th day of 
Sept., Anno Dom. 1757, in the 49th year of his age." 
Children of Capt. Evert and Ariantje Wynkoop: 

291. Cornelius: b. Mch. 1, 1731; d. Apl. 21, 1731. 

292. Dirck: b. Oct. 1, 1732: m. 1st, Tjaatje Wynkoop [102]: m. 
2d, Sarah Smedes. 

293. Peter: b. Nov. 16, 1739: d. Aug. 18, 1746. 

294. , a son: b. Aug. 22, 1743: d. Aug. 27, 1743. 

295. Cornelius E., Major: b. July 4, 1746: m. Cornelia Mancius. 

113. Tjaatje [Cheautchee] Wynkoop, (Cornelius 28, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized October 8, 17 10, New York record: married 
July 2, 1736, Petrus Tappen, "young man," both described as 
born and living in Kingston. He was, probably, the Petrus 
baptized January 29, 17 16, son of Christoffel and Cornelia (Vas) 
Tappen, who were married April 21, 17 15, in Kingston, the 
record describing Christopher as born in Albany. Petrus Tap- 
pen and "Chaetje" Wynkoop were witnesses at the baptism of 
Mattheus, son of Mattheus Ernest and Anna Maria Bomper. 

The last will of Petrus Tappen, of Kingston, mariner, dated 
December 7, 1747, mentioned his wife Tjatje, his children, 
Christopher and Cornelia, his brother-in-law, Evert Wynkoop, 
and his cousin, Johannis Wynkoop. A child was born after the 
date of the will. A copy of this will has come into the hands of 
the compiler, certified as follows: "A true copy of the last Will 
et Testament of Petrus Tappen. Evert Wynkoop, Johannis 
Wynkoop." 

Baptisms of the children are found in the church record, 
Kingston. Her name appears in the will of her grandfather, 
Evert, in 1746, as "Teate." 

Children of Petrus and Tjaatje Tappen: 

296. Christopher Tappen: bp. June 5, 1737: d. in infancy. 

297. Peter Tappen: bp. Sept. 11, 1738: d. in infancy. 

298. Cornelia Tappen: bp. Aug. 10, 1740: d. in infancy. 

299. Christopher Tappen: bp. June 13, 1742: m. Anne Wyn- 
koop [107]. 

300. Cornelia Tappen : bp. Nov. 25, 1744. 

301. Petrus Tappen: bp. June 28, 1748. 

114. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Jacobus 29, Evert 4, Cornelius 
1,) baptized March 25, 171 1, Kingston, N. Y. : married, in 



52 Wynkoop Genealogy 

1729, Anne Schoonmaker, both described as born and living in 
Rochester, Ulster County: ban registered October 12. She 
was baptized, August 11, 1706, Kingston. She was daughter 
of Joachim and-Antjen (Hussey) (sic) Schoonmaker 1 * 1 — child of 
his second marriage. The last will of Aantje Hursey (sic), 
widow of Joachim Schoonmaker, dated December 9, 1727, 
proved November 7, 1730, mentions 15 children, among them, 
Antje, wife of Cornelius Wynkoop. 1 * 2 

Cornelius is described, in a deed to Cornelius Hornbeek, Janu- 
ary 3, 1733, as of Rochester, cordwainer. 

Children of Cornelius and Anne Wynkoop : 

302. Anne: bp. Feb. 6, 1732: m. Philip Swartwout. 

303. Jacobus: m. Nov. 4, 1758, Janneke Oosterhout. 

124. Evert Wynkoop, (Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
baptized June 13, 1731, Hackensack, N. J.; mother's name, 
"Schot": married, at the Sagertje, 14 ^ August 12, 1754, Saartje 
Decker, both described as living in Kingston; Kingston church 
records. They were members of the Kaatsbaan church, near 
Saugerties, in 1759, and the baptism of six of their children is 
there recorded. The initials E. W. K., were cut into a stone, in 
the outer wall of the Kaatsbaan church. See Evert [4]. 

Children of Eyert and Sarah Wynkoop : 

304. Johannes: bp. Feb. 9, 1755; d. in infancy. 

305. Maria: bp. May 31, 1757, "Marytje" z ^ 4 : m. Apl. 16, 1780, 
Gerrit Becker, Albany. 

306. Johannes: b. June 18, 1759: m. Harriet Bartlett. 

307. Catharina: bp. Apl. 12, 1762. 

308. Eliza: bp. Sept. 8, 1764. 

309. Elisha: b. Sept., 1766: d. a bachelor. According to an 
other account, he was born in 1758, and lost his life during 
the Revolutionary War. 

310. Deborah: bp. Jan. 13, 1768: d. unmarried. 

311. Joshua: bp. Sept. 19, 1770: m. Margaret Arnold or 
Arnout. 

130. Sarah Wynkoop, (Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
baptized April 21, 1747, Kaatsbaan church: married June 12, 

I 4 I M. Y. Gen. & Biog. Record, vol. ii., p. 203. 

x 42 Bergen Family, p. 285. 

x 43 Little Sawyer Creek, probably: Zaager = sawyer, je = diminutive. 

144 Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Davis, vol. i., pp. 132, 133, 131. 



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1772, William Larreway, Albany, N. Y. The name appears else- 
where as La Roe. 

Children of William and Sarah Larreway: 

312. David Larreway: bp. Nov. 13, 1779, "La Roe," Kaats- 
baan. 

313. Catharine Larreway: bp. Oct. 12, i78i. x 4 5 

131. Catharine Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born September 24, 1741, baptized December 20: married De- 
cember 6, 1764, Benjamin Post. 146 They removed to Hilleburgh, 

Albany County, N. Y. They had a daughter, wife of 

Seveson. 1 ^ 

Child of Benjamin and Catharine Post: 

314. Maria Post: bp. Oct. 29, 1765, "Marytje," Kaatsbaan 
church. Perhaps she was the one who married Mr. 
Seveson. 

132. Evert Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born September 8, 1743, baptized December 20, Kingston: d. 
April 6, 1830: married, May 30, 1765, Aeltje (Alida or Alice) 
Meyer, born March 11, 1741, died December 16, 1796, daughter 
of John Wilhelm and Sarah (Newkirk) Meyer. 

Evert was commissioned a Lieutenant of militia, December 7, 
1772. He was an Associator of Kingston, in May and June, 
1775, and First Lieutenant of the " Third Beat," or District of 
Kingston, October 25, 1775. 148 

In 1 791, he bought land in the Inbogt, from Spaan; 

and his son, William, lived thereon, for a large part of his 
life. 1 * 

In his last will, of Saugerties, dated June 6, 1829, proved June 
29, 1830, he mentioned his children, William, Hezekiah, Jun., 
Catharine, Sarah, and Henry, deceased; and the children of 
Henry, namely, Evert, Tjerck, Hezekiah, Allie, Annetje, and 
Henry H.; and his grandson, Evert, living with him. 1 * 

"He was one of those who, willingly, obeyed the command, 
'Be still, and know that I am God.' For three years he was 

J 45 First Settlers of Albany County. 

x * 6 German Reformed church, Germantown, Columbia Co., N. Y. 

x *7 Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Catskill. 

x 48 Journal of N. Y. Provincial Convention, vol. i., p. 30. 

x *9 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

i s° Record of Wills, Kingston, Book G, p. 361. 



54 Wynkoop Genealogy 

confined to his bed; and the testimony is that, in all that time, 
no murmur escaped him." I51 

Children of Evert and Alida Wynkoop : 

315. Hezekiah: b. June 9, 1766: m. Elizabeth Dederick. 

316. Sarah: b. Jan. 12, 1768: m. Paul Van Steenberg. 

317. Henry: b. Sept. 19, 1769: m. Anne Loew. 

318. Catharina: b. Nov. 7, 1771, bp. Nov. 9, Kingston: d. Sept. 
20, 1777. 

319. William: b. May 20, 1774: m. Maria Trombour. 

320. Maria: b. Sept. 10, 1776, bp. Oct. 7, d. Oct. 12. A tomb- 
stone in the old graveyard, Saugerties, reads: "M. W. K. 
geboren 1776 gestorven 1776." 

321. Catharine: b. July 20, 1779, bp. Sept. 19: died unmarried. 
Her last will, of Saugerties, dated Mch. 13, 1857, proved 
Nov. 11, 1859, mentions her as a boarder in the family of 
John P. Kimball. 1 * 2 

135. Anne Wynkoop, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized November 11, 1744, "Annetje," Kingston: died May 16, 
1813: married Christian Meyer, who died May 30, 1817, son of 
Johannes. 153 She was commonly called Hannah. Baptisms of 
the children are recorded in the Kaatsbaan church. [Meyer = 
sheriff.] 

Children of Christian and Anne Meyer: 

322. Cornelius Meyer: bp. Nov. 14, 1764. 

323. Jonathan Meyer: bp. Aug. 26, 1766. 

324. Henry Meyer: bp. Sept. 27, 1768. 

325. Leah Meyer: bp. Oct. 24, 1770. 

326. Sarah Meyer: bp. Mch. 3, 1773. 

327. Hezekiah Meyer: bp. July 15, 1775. 

328. Catharina Meyer: bp. Sept. 6, 1777. 

329. Maria Meyer: bp. Jan. 27, 1780. 

330. Anne Meyer: bp. Aug. 17, 1782. 

331. Jane Meyer: bp. July 3, 1785. 

332. Benjamin Meyer: bp. Jan. 5, 1788. 

136. Hezekiah Wynkoop, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
baptized June 3, 1750, Kingston: died aged about 87 years: 

151 William H. Dederick, of Kingston. 
X S2 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book N, p. 731. 

153 14 Johns Rep. N. Y., p. 254: (1817). See Hezekiah [136] and 
William [319]. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 55 

married Maria Meyer, baptized September 10, 1744, daughter of 
Johannes, named above. 

A petition for partition recited that Hezekiah, Tobias, and 
Peter Wynkoop, owned about one eighth of a mill-dam, etc. 
An agreement had been made, April 21, 1789, reciting that dis- 
putes had existed as to the boundary line between two patents 
of land, at Catskill, Greene County, N. Y., one of them owned 
by Christian Meyers, and Hezekiah, Tobias and Peter Wynkoop, 
and agreeing that the whole of the fall of water at the saw-mill, 
with the mill, mill-dam, gangways, and roads, to and from the 
waterfall, should belong to the patentees, respectively, as 
tenants in common. 1 S3 

Children of Hezekiah and Maria Wynkoop : 

333. Sarah: b. Aug. 19, 1775: m. Merchant Lawrence. 

334. Leah: bp. Oct. 5, 1777: m. Roswell Lawrence. 

335. Tobias: bp. May 3, 1780: m. 1st, Maria Suydam; m. 2d 
Elizabeth van Steenberg. 

336. Evert: bp. Nov. 7, 1784: m. Maria Allen. 

138. William Wynkoop, Major, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 
1,) baptized March 4, 1753, Kingston: died about 80 years of 
age, according to one account, and 89, according to an other. 
He married Charity Schermerhorn. 

Major William was in the battle of Stillwater, in the autumn 
of 1777. Nile Frost Wynkoop [780] wrote of him as follows: 
"I have heard him tell of the doings there. He said that 
General [Benedict] Arnold was under arrest, when the British 
and Indians were driving our army back. Arnold mounted his 
horse and rode to the front, and meeting his men, gave the com- 
mand 'About face' — and they obeyed him, with cheers. They 
drove everything before them, until they met the British cavalry, 
under General [Simon] Frazer. Then Arnold ordered up twelve 
of the best riflemen, and said, pointing at Frazer, ' He is a host 
in himself; let me see him no longer.' The fall of Frazer dis- 
heartened the British cavalry, and our army was victorious." 

Major William, in 1797, was ordered by John Jay, Governor 
of New York, to take command of Col. Baldwin's regiment, and 
fit them for active service. The commission was preserved, and 
fell into the possession of Nile Frost Wynkoop. 

William removed to Chemung, in 1783, when his daughter 
Hannah was only five years old. The experiences of his family 



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are related by Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop [777], . as follows: "I 
recollect hearing my mother relate the incidents of the journey 
from Esopus to Wilkes-Barre, by wagon, through a wilderness, 
and from Wilkes-Barre to Tioga Point, now Athens, Penn., by a 
flat-boat, up the North Branch of the Susquehanna, more than 
one hundred miles, and by canoes up the Chemung, to a neigh- 
borhood of Indians, who brought vension to them in abundance, 
and treated them kindly. A hunter, who lived with them, 
thought it a small matter to kill and bring in a deer, before 
breakfast. But there were no mills, and the first wheat that her 
father raised was taken by him down the river, in a canoe, to 
Wilkes-Barre; and the canoe, containing the flour, was pushed 
home again, up-stream, more than one hundred miles. In the 
second year, Major William built a mill on Wynkoop's Run, 
where Alonzo lived afterward. The mill-stones were worked 
from rocks near Towanda, Bradford County, Penn. The early 
settlers came many miles to this mill." Nile Frost Wynkoop 
[780] adds, that when William had reached Tioga Point, more 
than two thousand savages were there, making a treaty with the 
white men. 

Certificates of survey of land in Chemung County, N. Y., were 
granted as follows: Nov. 4, 1788, of survey for William Wyn- 
koop, of lot No. 1, in the town of Chemung, on the north side 
of the Tioga River, 515 acres of land: Nov. 5, 1788, of survey 
for Nathan Dennistown, William Wynkoop, and eight other 
persons, of lot No. 138, in the town of Chemung, 6400 acres of 
land. Certificate was made by James Clinton, Baldwin, Che- 
mung County, February 22, 1792, that lot No. 138 was laid out 
for the persons mentioned above. 154 

Charity Schermerhorn was called Alida by Bradley Wynkoop 
[635], and her name appears as " Gerretche," in the record of 
baptism of her daughter Annatche. She died in October, 18 12, 
in Newtown, now Elmira, Chemung County. [Schermer = 
sword-fencer.] 

Charity had married 1st, Van Steinberg, and had a 

daughter Eleanor, who was known in the Wynkoop family as 
"Aunt Nelly," and who married, July 22, 1790, Guy Maxwell. 
The marriage was in Pennsylvania, for the officer, who came to 
perform the ceremony, lived in that State, and the couple walked 
l5 4 Land Papers, vol. liv., pp. 1, 167, 171. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 57 

across the border, to get within his jurisdiction. 155 It seems that 
she was known by her step-father's name; for French's Gazette, 
page 220, states that the first marriage in the town of Chemung 
was of Guy Maxwell and Nellie Wynkoop. After all, that 
marriage was not in Chemung, and the bride was not a Wynkoop. 
Children of Maj. William and Charity Wynkoop: 

337. Anne: b. Feb. 9, 1778: m. Benjamin Wynkoop [444]. 

338. Jane: m. Philip McConald, and died childless. They lived 
in Newtown, Chemung County, N. Y. 

139. Leah Wynkoop, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius ,1) bap- 
tized March 31, 1755, Kaatsbaan church: died April 26, 1836: 
married Peter Britt, who died March 17, 1837, aged 83 years. 156 
The name is now written Brett. Baptisms of the children are 
recorded in the Kaatsbaan church. 

Children of Peter and Leah Britt : 

339. Catharina Britt: bp. Oct. 17, 1776: m. June 2, 1802, 
William Dederich, bp. July 20, 1764, son of William and 
Catharine (Brandon) Dederich. They removed to Alle- 
ghany County. 

340. Maria Britt: bp. Apl. 25, 1778: d. young. 

341. Petrus Britt: bp. Apl. 8, 1781: m. Margaret Bear or Behr. 

342. Maria Britt: bp. June 6, 1784: m. Mch. 26, 1805, William 
Rumsey. 

343. Anne Britt: bp. Aug. 12, 1786: m. Isaac Fulton. 

344. Jane Britt: bp. Nov. 1, 1788: m. Nov. 26, 1814, Benjamin 
Peck. 

345. Tobias Britt: bp. May 14, 1791: m. Dec. 30, 1815, Rachel 
Cole. 

346. Nicholas Britt: bp. Oct. 27, 1793, "Nicolaas": d. July 6, 
1882: m. . 

347. William Britt: b. July 14, 1796, bp. July 31: d. Mch. 1, 
1882: m. Mch. 2, 1826, Katy Fiero, who d. Sept. 17, 1880, 
in her 83d year. 

348. Leah Britt: b. Apl. 4, 1799, bp. June 16: d. unmar- 
ried. 

349. Margaret Britt, "Peggy": m. Feb. 4, 1796, Philip Bahr. 
bp. Sept. 22, 1774, son of Adam and Annetje (Spaan) 

155 Nile Frost Wynkoop, of Chenmug [780]. 

156 Henry Brace, of New York City. 



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Bahr. I 57 Perhaps she should be in place of Maria [340], and 
Maria be dropped. 

141. Tobias Wynkoop, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized August 13, 1758, Kaatsbaan church: died about 1827: 
married, January 11, 1781, Jannitje Schermerhorn, he described 
as born and living in Kingston, and she, as bom and living in 
Albany. She was sister to the wife of William [138]. 

In his last will, of Saugerties, dated July 9, 1823, proved 
October 20, 1827, Tobias mentioned his wife, Jannetje, and his 
children, Cornelius and Nelly, wife of John Kiersted. 158 

See this Tobias mentioned under Hezekiah [136]. 

Children of Tobias and Jane Wynkoop : 

350. Cornelius: b. Dec. 16, 1781: m. Alida Sharp. 

351. Cornelia: bp. Nov. 7, 1784: m. John Kiersted. 

352. Decola: bp. Jan. 11, 1789, Kaatsbaan church. She is not 
mentioned in the will of her father, 1823. 

142. Petrus Wynkoop, (Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born 
August 4, 1760, in Catskill, 159 baptized August 10, Kingston 
church record: died August 14, 1828: married, February 25, 
1784, Kaatsbaan Church, Helena Beer, of Kingston, b. December 
15, 1766, died March 26, 1842. Her name is Helena, in the 
baptismal records of seven of her children; but she seems to 
have been known as Magdalene. Her family name is written 
also Behr, Bahr, and Bear. [Beer = bear.] 

Peter removed, in August, 18 10, to what was called the 
Genesee country, to a place at or near what is now Seneca, 
Seneca County, N. Y. 

This Peter is mentioned under Hezekiah [136]. 

Children of Peter and Helena Wynkoop : 

353. Anne: b. Oct. 26, 1784: m. William Fiero. 

354. Leah: b. Dec. 7, 1786: m. Abram Post. 

355. Tobias: b. Dec. 9, 1789: d. Sept. 28, 1793. 

356. Caroline: b. Oct. 15, 1792: m. Thomas Waugh. 

357. Catharine: b. June 17, 1794: d. Sept. 12, 1818: m. James 
Purdy. 

358. Tobias: b. July 13 or 18, 1797: m. Eleanor Welsh. 

359. Adam: b. July 5, 1800: m. Marion Child. 

IS 7 Lutheran church, West Camp, 6 miles below Catskill. 
z 58 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book G, p. 103. 
x 59 Bradley Wynkoop. 



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360. Peter: b. Dec. 26, 1803: d. in infancy. 

361. William: a twin: b. Dec. 26, 1803: d. in infancy. 

362. John: b. Dec. 10, 1804: m. Elizabeth Spann. 

144. John Wynkoop, (Cornelius 44, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
December 1 or 15, 1729, 160 baptized March 5, 1730 161 : died July 
14, 1784 162 : married, March 26, 1751, Catharine Van Meter, of 
New Jersey. 160 

Children of John and Catharine Wynkoop : 

363. Cornelius: b. May 24, 1758, bp. Aug. $ l6 t: d. Aug. 1758. 

364. Isaac: b. Aug. 1, 1759: m. Rachel Van Cleve. 

365. Cornelius; b. June 18, 1762: m. Margaret Fulton. 

366. Abraham: b. Apl. 7, 1765: m. Ruth Hayr. 

367. Rebecca: b. Aug. 28, 1768, bp. Oct. i6 l6 3: m. 1st, Henry 
Hoogland, but had no child: m. 2d, George or Casper 
Fetter, and had three sons and five daughters. 

153. Gerardus Wynkoop, (Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1), 
baptized September 30, 1732 I04 : died about 1812 or 1813 : mar- 
ried Elizabeth Bennet. He was an officer of the Revolutionary 
army. He was a member of the house of General Assembly of 
Pennsylvania, for nineteen successive years; and was its Speaker 
for a series of years. 105 

Children of Gerardus and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

368. Cornelius: bp. Dec. 9, 1762 l6 3, the father "Garret," the 
mother, not mentioned. This Cornelius is assumed to have 
been son of Gerardus, mentioned above; but he may have 
been son of Gerrit [146]; yet it has not been ascertained 
that that Gerrit married. 

369. Lucretia: bp. May 30, i764. l6 3 She also is supposed to have 
been a child of this Gerardus ; but she may have been child 
of Gerrit [146]. 

370. John: b. Apl. 6, 1766: m. Anna Feaster. 

371. Isaac: m. 1st, Rebecca Britton: m. 2d, Phoebe Jones. 

372. Gerrit: m. Anne Strickland. 

373. Matthew: m. Thomasine Stockholm. 

x °° Christopher L. Wynkoop [686]. 

J 6i First Pres. ch., Phil., per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

162 Charles Wynkoop [640]. 

J 63 Abington ch., Penn., per Charles R. Hildeburn. 

l6 * Records of Dutch, now Pres. ch., Bensalem, Bucks Co., Penn. 

165 Rev. Stephen R. Wynkoop [677]. 



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374. David: m. 1st, Anne McNair: m. 2d, Mary Van Hoorn. 

375. William: b. July 25, 1778: m. Mary Langstroth. 

376. Susan: m. Rev. David Wiley. 

377. Elizabeth: m. Stephen Rose, b. Jan. 6, 1769, d. Mch. 1833, 
son of Ebenezer and Eunice ( Burro wes) Rose. Stephen 
was of the neighborhood of Trenton, N. J. They had no 
child. 

154. Adrian Wynkoop, (Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) 
married, in Bucks County, Penn., Sarah Randall. 

He purchased land, three miles south of the Potomac River, 
in Virginia, in that part of Berkeley County, which is now Fred- 
erick County. He and his wife went on horseback, from Penn- 
sylvania to Virginia, during the Revolutionary War. 166 (The 
tradition does not state how many horses were so used.) 

Children of Adrian and Sarah Wynkoop : 

378. Elizabeth: m. Lucas. 

379. Sarah: m. Jones. 

380. Hannah: m. William Lemon. 

381. Garrett: m. Sarah Martin. 

156. Helena Wynkoop, (Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) 
born February 8, 1734, baptized April 6, Abington, Montgomery 
County, Penn: called also Eleanor. She married Rev. Jonathan 
Du Bois, born December 3, 1727, Pittsgrove, N. J., died Decem- 
ber 15, 1772. 

Jonathan, from his eighteenth year, studied theology, with his 
Presbyterian pastor, Rev. David Evans, and in the Presbyterian 
synod's school, at New London, Penn. He made a personal 
appeal for help to his relations in Ulster County, N. Y., and it is 
presumed that it was successful. He officiated, in some capa- 
city, at the Reformed church of North- and Southampton, Bucks 
County, Penn. (Neshaminy), as early as the middle of 1749; and 
was licensed in the autumn of 1750, and was pastor of that 
church, 1751-72. His father was a member of that church, and 
his brother-in-law, Henry [157], became an elder of the same 
church. He was a charter Trustee of Queens College, in 1770. 

Children of Rev. Jonathan and Helena Du Bois: 

382. Abraham Du Bois: d. in 1797. 

383. Sarah Du Bois. 

166 Adrian Garret Wynkoop [1167]. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 61 

384. Henry Du Bois: d. in 1806. 

385. Anne Du Bois: b. Sept. 19, 1752: m. Feb. 8, 1778, Leffert 
Leflerts, b. Aug. 21, 1745, son of Leffert and Antje (Van- 
derbilt) Lefferts, of Penn. Mr. Lefferts was chosen, June 
9, 1783, "church master," of the Reformed Dutch church, 
of North- and Southampton. l6 ? 

386. Helena Du Bois: m. David Taggart. 

387. Susannah Du Bois. 

388. Isaac Du Bois. 

389. Nicholas Du Bois: d. Nov. 4, 181 5, aged 44. 

157. Henry Wynkoop, Judge, (Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born in Northampton township, Bucks County, Penn., 
March 2, O. S., 1737, baptized April 21, 1737, Bensalem church: 
died March 25, 181 6. The date of death here stated is the one 
given by his descendants, Mary Helen Radford [12 17], and Mrs. 
Isabella M. W. Bailey [734]. The latter says that the record 
stands so, in the handwriting of her father, Jonathan [396], and 
that such is the inscription upon his tomb, at Richboro, formerly 
Addisville, Bucks County, about two miles west from his old 
home. Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography says, that 
he was Associate Judge until his death, Oct. 12, 181 2. Probably 
he was retired at that date, because of his age, seventy-five years. 

Henry married 1st, September io y 1761, Susannah Wanshaer, 
born October 29, 1742, died August 26, 1776, only daughter of 
John and Christina (Egberts) Wanshaer, of Essex County, N. J. 
A party of Hessians, not knowing that the Judge was absent, 
broke into the house, to arrest him, and were so violent that Mrs. 
Wynkoop was frenzied, and rushing from the house, jumped into 
the well, and so died. (John S. Wurts, of Philadelphia.) [Van- 
shaer = of the shear.] He married 2d, in 1777, Maria Cum- 
mings, also of New Jersey, who died in 1781. He married 3d, 
April ai, 1782, Sarah Newkirk, who died June 28, 18 13, daughter 
of Cornelius and Rachel (Ten Eyck) Newkirk, of Pilesgrove 
township, Salem County, N. J. (Pittsgrove was carved from 
Pilesgrove, in honor of William Pitt, and the two are sometimes 
confounded.) 

Henry received a classical education. He was an early ad- 
herent of the patriot cause. In 1774, he was a member of the 

I( 57 Gen. of the Lefferts Family, Bergen, 1878, p. 79. 



62 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Northampton Committee of Observation. About the same time 
he became Major of one of the associated battalions. He was a 
deputy to the First Provincial Conference that convened in the 
Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, June 18, 1776. He was a Lieu- 
tenant in the Revolutionary army. It was at his house that Col. 
James Monroe, afterwards President, was entertained, while re- 
covering from a wound received in the battle of Trenton. A 
letter from Washington, to his friend Wynkoop, secured the 
hospitable quarters; and a letter from Monroe, as late as 
March 26, 1834, expressed the most lively gratitude for kindness 
received, during an interesting period of our Revolutionary 
War. 168 

The Pennsylvania Convention, on July 23, 1776, chose by 
ballot, a Council of Safety, for the State, and among them Henry 
Wynkoop for Bucks County. He appeared in the Council, 
August 7, 1776, and took and subscribed the qualifications pre- 
scribed by the Convention. In the same Council, two orders 
were drawn, for £250 each, in favor of Henry Wynkoop, for the 
families of poor Associators of Bucks County, and for equipping 
the militia of that county. 169 

He was chosen by the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 
December 4, 1778, one of the commissioners to settle the ac- 
counts of the county lieutenants. On March 3, 1779. he was 
chosen a member of Congress, in place of Edward Biddle, re- 
signed; and he was re-elected November 24, 1780, and Novem- 
ber 22 1 781. He was commissioned, November 18, 1780, a 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas and Orphans' Court, and 
held the office until 1789. He was a Representative in the first 
Federal Congress of the United States, in New York, in March, 
1789, which organized a little later, and he so continued until 
1 79 1. This absence from home involved his resignation of an 
eldership in the Neshaminy church, in which his grandfather 
Geret [5] had been an elder, and his father, Nicholas [46], a 
member, and his brother-in-law, Jonathan Du Bois [156], a 
pastor. The journals show that Henry had a marked influence 
in the Congress ; and he was an important factor in determining 
the location of a permanent seat of government, although the 
location he favored was not adopted. 

J 68 AY. B. Whitaker, of Phil., in United States Gazette. 
169 Force's Amer. Archives, vol. iii., p. 9; vol. i., p. 311. 



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On the expiration of his Congressional term, he was appointed 
an Associate Judge of Bucks County, and held that office until 
October 12, 181 2. '7° 

Judge Wynkoop was the author, probably, of a paper entitled, 
"A genealogical description of the family of Henry Wynkoop, 
from its origin in America, to this day, A.n., May 12, 1808, and 
compiled partly from oral tradition, and partly from the 
family register." It begins with "Cornelius C. Wynkoop"; 
but the C is evidently an erroneous interpolation. The com- 
piler was much assisted by this manuscript, of which a tran- 
script was furnished to him by Col. Francis M. Wynkoop [1 193] 
A Wynkoop device was found, by the compiler, on a piece of 
silverware, in this branch of the family. The motto, that ac- 
companied it. was new to the compiler; and it may have origin- 
ated with the Judge. 

An anecdote is told of him, which shows that he was of im- 
posing figure and presence. General Washington was in favor 
of having the President styled, officially, High Mightiness, and 
asked General Peter Muhlenburgh's opinion. The latter an- 
swered that, "If all the incumbents should have the commanding 
size and presence of General Washington, or of my friend Wyn- 
koop, the title might be appropriate; but if it should fall upon 
same smaller men, it would provoke ridicule." 1 ? 1 Tradition 
says that he was 6 ft. 4 in. in height. 

An other story is to this effect : General Alexander Hamilton 
and the Judge were walking on Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 
and the General was urging very strongly the merits of a bill, 
then before the house, for which he wished to secure the support 
of his friend. But the Judge was averse to the measure, and 
wished to avoid discussing it, and he changed the subject, by 
directing attention to two beautiful women, who were passing 
them. The subject was not resumed; but forty-eight hours 
afterward Mrs. Wynkoop arrived from her home in Bucks 
County, quite unexpected, having travelled all night, in conse- 
quence of a letter received from the General, requesting her im- 
mediate presence, as her husband was in a dangerous condition. 
The joke was well taken; and it was succeeded by an other. 
The Judge prepared a similar letter, in relation to the General, 

T 7° Cyclopaedia of Amer. Biog., Appleton. 
1 7 I Republican Court, p. 153. 



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and sent it to Mrs. Hamilton, at New York. This caused the 
hurried arrival of Mrs. Hamilton, who showed the Judge's letter. 
The affair caused great merriment, and the ladies had a gay and 
pleasant visit; the only drawback was the anxiety of the ladies, 
respectively, while on the way to Philadelphia. 1 ? 2 

A good portrait of the Judge was in the Centennial Loan Exhi- 
bition in New York City, in 1889. It was then in the possession 
of Mrs. Isabella M. (Wynkoop) Bailey [734], who was living in 
Trenton, N. J., with her daughter, Mrs. Williams Robbins 
Wright. 

A copy of this portrait is here given. 




Judge: Henry Wynkoup CRti J73£~JiiiH 



Many letters of the Judge are in existence ; one of them is as 

follows : 

" New York Monday morning 18 March, 1789. 
" Dear Sir: 

" On Wednesday next will be two weeks, since I came here, 
and nothing is done yet, but receiving and paying visits, a situ- 
ation tho' disagreeable in not getting forward as might be wished, 
yet affording an opportunity of becoming acquainted with the 
gentlemen here, both foreigners and those belonging to the two 
Houses of the new Government. The permanent residence, 
among other matters, I have frequently heard brought forward, 
and with the gentlemen now here, who are chiefly from the east- 

*7 2 Mrs. Anna M. (Wynkoop) At wood [1x94]. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 65 

ward, I believe the Falls of the Delaware would be the favorite 
spot. Mr. Gerry, who was one of the gentlemen appointed 
formerly to view the situation proposed, declares that he saw 
none that struck him with so much propriety as the heights above 
Burrows 's, the only difficulty in the way will be its being too far 
eastward. I wish to know whether Mr. Ogden and Mr. Wilson 
have set petitions in motion for the inhabitants to manifest their 
willingness to become citizens within the exclusive jurisdiction 
of Congress. If you have not heard of it, I wish you to speak 
to Mr. Ogden on the subject — and Mr. Yardley. 

"The French Ambassador, I find a most sensible, easy, good 
humored, intelligent man. On dining with him the other day, 
with company, at his house, he was clad in the manufactures of 
Hartford, with buttons of clam shells. An example this, which 
ought to disconcert every American macaroni, who struts in the 
fripperies of Europe. 

"Messrs. Madison, Page, and Lee from Virginia are all the 
addition to our numbers during the last week. 

"The don Diego de Guardoqui is one of the best tempered, 
lively, little beings you ever saw. He speaks in raptures of the 
new government, having been a uniform advocate in favor of 
America at the Court of Spain, during the whole of the late 
Revolution. He declares himself ready to establish such a 
national union, and intercourse, as will prove satisfactory and 
beneficial to both countries. That once accomplished, he says, 
I take my leave for my native land. 

'Was much pleased on Saturday morning, on seeing Mr. 
Ames of Massachusetts, and Mr. Madison of Virginia introduced 
to each other — two young but shining political characters, who 
can not fail distinguishing themselves in the Federal legislature. 

"Having calculated upon making a house by Thursday last, 
and being disappointed, I dare not say any thing about it. 

"Kiss little Anney for Gran-pa — my compliments to Cassey 
and Nicholas, which likewise accept from 

"Yours affectionately 

"Henry Wynkoop. 
"Doct r Reading Beattie." 

Doctor Beattie was son-in-law of the Judge. The word 
"macaroni," which appears in the letter above, was then used as 



66 Wynkoop Genealogy 

equivalent to dandy. Smallwood's Maryland regiment were 
dressed in scarlet and buff, which drew upon them the name of 
"macaronies," from their fellow soldiers, who were clad in 
homespun. But they were spirited fellows, as they proved, 
when they secured the retreat of our beaten army, after the battle 
of Long Island, by repeatedly charging the British forces, at the 
expense of the sacrifice of a large part of their regiment. The 
novel Richard Carvel, which relates to Revolutionary times, in 
Maryland, frequently uses the word " macaroni." 
Children of Judge Henry and Susannah Wynkoop : 

390. Christina: b. Aug. 18, 1763: m. Dr. Reading Beattie. 

391. Anne: b. Oct. 10, 1765: m. James Michael Raguet, son of 
Michael and Anna (Vilminot) Raguet. 

392. Margaretta: b. Jan. 22, 1768, at Vredens Hof : d. after 1831, 
at Abington: m. Nov. 24, 1789, Herman Joseph Lombaert, 
b. in Brabant, in 1756: d. Aug. 29, 1793, aged 37, of 
yellow fever, and was buried at St. Mary's Roman Catholic 
Church in Philadelphia. He was a merchant of Philadelphia, 
and is said to have been educated and accomplished. After 
his death, Margaretta remained in Philadelphia, for some 
years, and then removed to Easton, Pa., where she died. 
She was buried in Abington, Pa. She is described as 
talented, and as courtly in her manners. 1 ? 3 

393. Nicholas, M.D.: b. Mch. 25, 1770, at Vredens Hof: m. ist, 
Francenia Murray; m. 2d, Sarah Campbell. 

^3 Mrs. Isabella (W.) Bailey [734]. 

Herman J. and Margaretta (W.) Lombaert had children as follows: 
Susan Lombaert, who d. Nov. 16, 1838; m., Dec. 23, 1813, James Van- 
uxem, Jun.,b. Nov. 14, 1790 : Charles Lombaert, who married Anna Arndt, 
of Easton, Pa., and had eight children: and Mary Anne Lombaert, who 
married Peter Gwinner, and had two children. 

James, Jun., and Susan (L.) Vanuxem had children as follows: James 
Vanuxem 3d, b. Nov. 21, 18 14, m. twice, and had two children: Mar- 
garet Vanuxem, b. May 10, 1816, d. Nov. 18, 1838, unmarried: Edward 
Vanuxem, b. July 29, 1818, in Morrisville, Pa.; m. ist, Apl. 8, 1843, Eliza- 
beth Krusen, b. in 1822, d. Nov. 27, 1884, daughter of Charles and Anne 
(Craven) Krusen, of Newtown, Pa., and had six children; he m., 2d, a 
widow, by whom he had no child: Louisa Vanuxem, b. Dec. 9, 1822; m. 
Robert Tweed, of Miss.: and Alfred Vanuxem, b. Feb. 18, 1826. 

Edward and Elizabeth (K.) Vanuxem had children as follows: Anna 
Vanuxem, b. Jan., 1846; m., Apl. 8, 1868, Theodore Frelinghuysen Wurts, 
b. May 31, 1844, one °f ten children of William and Lucretia Jeannette 



Wynkoop Genealogy 67 

394. Maria Helena: b. Apl. 30, 1772: d. Sept. 12, 1845: m. 
July 9, 1793, Christian Wirtz, Jun., d. Feb. 18, 1804, young- 
est son of Christian 1 74 and Margaretha (Houser) Wirtz. He 
was a merchant in Philadelphia ; and a member of the First 
Troop City Cavalry. 

Maria was a very pretty girl; and she was one of the 
maidens who strewed flowers before Gen'l Washington, as 
he passed over the Assanpink Bridge, at Trenton, on his 
way to New York, to assume the first presidency }73 

Maria seems to have had but one child, Wynkoop Wirtz 
(or Wurtz), M.D., who m. Hannah Zane Morris, and died 
without a child. (Zane is a family name.) 

395. John Wanshaer: b. July 11, 1774: d. Sept. 6, 1793, of 
yellow fever, at the house of his brother-in-law, Lombaert, 
while prosecuting law studies. His father wrote of him, as 
"a youth of good natural abilities, diligent and industrious, 
and of great integrity." 1 ^ 

396. Jonathan: b. June 21, 1776: m. April 2j, 1809, Anne Dick. 
Child of Judge Henry and Sarah Wynkoop : 

397. Susannah: b. Apl. 11, 1784: m. Jan Lefferts. 

161. Eleanor Wynkoop (Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1). 

(Lathrop) Wurts; — (the Wurts family came from Zurich, in 1735): 
Charles Vanuxem, b. Nov. 28, 1848, d. Dec. 24, 1865: Susan Lombaert 
Vanuxem, b. Apl. 27, 1852, d. Apl. 9, 1855: Alfred Vanuxem, b. May 29, 
1854, d. May 30, 1854: Mary Vanuxem, b. Sept. 5, 1856, d. Oct. 14, 1857 : 
and Edward Vanuxem, b. Oct. 3, 1859, d. Aug. 14, i860. 

Theodore F. and Anna (V.) Wurts had two children, as follows: Edward 
Vanuxem Wurts, who married and had two children: and John Spar- 
hawk Wurts, b. June, 1876, unmarried, a real estate broker, in Phila- 
delphia. 

Mr. John S. Wurts brought about the reunion of the descendants of 
Judge Henry Wynkoop, July 4, 1903, at Vredens Hof [restful garden], four 
miles from Newtown, Pa., at which sixty-one persons were present. This 
was the spacious and comfortable place of the Judge, and it was his cus- 
tom to gather his descendants there, yearly. It has passed out of the 
hands of the family. His descendants are said to number nearly 400 
persons. 

J 74 Christian Wirtz, Sen., was born in Germany, in 1728, died Apl., 
18 1 3, in Philadelphia. He was a Major, at Lancaster, Penn., during the 
Revolution. His first wife was Margaretta Houser (sic) , daughter of 
Martin Hauser (sic), from whom Houserville, Penn., derives its name. 
His second wife was a Mary Wynkoop. (John S. Wurts, of Phil., a 
descendant of Margaretta [392].) 



68 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Philip "Winekoop" had a daughter — her name not recorded — 
baptized June 18, 1741, Abington church — perhaps she was this 
Eleanor. Eleanor married, June 10, 1757, Fernandus Van Sicler, 
Christ Church, Phil. Philip, in his last will, 1771, left twenty 
pounds apiece, "to the children of my daughter Lenah, Philip 
and Margaret Van Sakel." 

Ferdinandus Van Siclen was baptized January 9, 1738, Read- 
ington, N. J., son of Reynier and Steijntje Van Siclen. He 
married 1st, Eleanor Wynkoop; 2d, in Loudoun County, Va., Mrs. 
Phoebe Fisher, by whom he had a son " Wynekoop Van Siclen," 
born August 13, 1793. This Wynkoop Van Siclen married in 
Tennessee, about 1813, Martha Tweedy, by whom he had twelve 
children, of whom the 10th, born August 7, 1834, was named 
Richard Wynkoop Van Siclen. z ? 5 

Children of Ferdinand and Eleanor Van Sickler: 

398. Philip Van Sickler. He lived, at one time, in Loudoun Co., 
Va. He is mentioned in 1771, in the will of his grand- 
father, Philip Wynkoop. 

399. Margaret Van Sickler. She also is mentioned in Philip's 
will, 1 7 7.1. 

163. Gerrit Wynkoop (Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1). 
Philip "Winekoop" had a child baptized February 9, 1744, 
Abrington, Pa., but no name recorded: it was this Gerrit. 

Gerrit died in 1822, aged 78 years. 1 ? 6 He married, March 28, 
1793, Nancy Van Horn, Abington church. She died, in 1837, 
aged 86 years. 1 ? 6 He was an executor of the will of his father, 
in 1 77 1. 

Child of Gerrit and Nancy Wynkoop : 

400. Margaret: bp. Jan. 16, 1800, Abington church: m. George 
M. Woodward, of Burlington County, N. J., who died there, 
in 1850, aged 65. She was living in the same place, in 1868, 
and had six living children. 

164. Cornelius Wynkoop (Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1). 
He is mentioned in 1 7 7 1 , in the will of his father. He is said to 
have removed to Loudoun County, Va. He is supposed to have 
married, and had a family, but the name of his wife has not been 
discovered: but it may have been Cornelius [148] who was so 
married. 

1 75 Rev. Dr. John B. Thompson. 

1 76 Henry Wynkoop [410], of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 



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This may have been the "Cornel Wynkoop," who joined in 
certifying the experiment of James Rumsey's steamboat, dated 
Berkeley County, December 13, 1787. 17 ? Benjamin [175] also 
was interested in Rumsey's experiments: but there were several 
Fulton-Wynkoop intermarriages. 

Children of Cornelius Wynkoop, baptized at Abington: 

401. Elizabeth Cowenhoven, bp. Oct. 21, 1781. (See Margaret 
Koenhoven, wife of Philip [48].) 

402. Philip: bp. May 22, 1785. 

403. Jane: bp. Apl. 13, 1788. 

404. Gerrit: bp. Oct. 18, 1789, "Garret." 

405. Joseph: bp. Oct. 2, 1791. 

406. Richard: bp. May 19, 1793. 

166. Philip Wynkoop, (Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
about 1756, died about 18 14, aged 58. 1 ? 6 Philip Wynkoop [48] 
had a child baptized, in 1755, but no name recorded, Abington 
church, and it may have been this Philip. Philip married, 
January 20, 1791, Catharine Van Home, Abington church. Bap- 
tisms of their children are recorded in Abington. 

Children of Philip and Catharine Wynkoop: 

407. Maria: bp. May 19, 1793. 

408. Henrietta: bp. May 24, 1795: d. in 1842. 

409. Margaret: bp. May 22, 1796: m. March 9, 1820, Enos 
Butcher, Abington church. 

410. Henry: bp. July 15, 1798: m. 1st, Maria Hogeland, daughter 
of Dirk K. and Johanna (Severns) Hogeland. 1 ? 8 He m. 2d, 

Henrietta Fetter, widow of Shelmire. She died in 

1869, in her 73d year. Henry was living in 1870, in Penn. 

411. John: bp. June 29, 1800: d. in 1837. This John is sup- 
posed to have been the one who married Sarah Yerkes. 

412. Gerrit: bp. May 29, 1802: d. in 1862. 

413. William: bp. Jan. 31, 1808: d. in 1852. 

414. Anne: bp. Jan. 31, 1808. 

415. Catharine. 

l 77 Doc. Hist. N. Y., vol. ii., p. 1022. 

J 78 Dirk K. Hogeland resided upon, and cultivated a plantation, near 
the Buck Tavern, in Southampton, and, for many years, was a justice of 
the peace. He was commonly known as Squire Hogeland. His wife was 
daughter of John and Sarah Stoothoff Severns. Sarah's father owned 
Bergen's Island, in Flatlands, L. I., N. Y. (Leffert's Genealogy, 1878, 
pp. 127, 128.) 



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167. Jacobus Wynkoop, Captain, (Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized March 3, 1725, Dutch church, N. Y. City: 
d. May 4, 1795 J 79; married Alida Koens Myers, born October 
11, 1736, in Curacao, died October 16, 1794. She is recorded, 
at the baptism of her children, as Alida Koens — i. e., Koensze, 
daughter of Koen, the diminutive of Koenrad — but her de- 
scendants call her Alida Myers. Her name is written Cathlina, 
in the record of the birth of her son Cornelius, in her husband's 
Bible. 

The tomb inscription suggests that Jacobus was born in 1721 : 
but his parents were married in May, 1724, and he was baptized 
in March, 1725, and he described himself, in 1775, as fifty-one 
years old. He was known uniformly as Jacobus, and not as 
Jacob or James. 

He was commissioned, June 28, 1775, as eighth captain of the 
4th N. Y. Continental regiment, commanded by Col. Holm.es. 180 
He wrote to the Provincial Congress, August 15, 1775, complain- 
ing of his position : setting forth that he was fifty-one years old, 
and had served in the last two wars, by sea and land, and had 
been in many engagements: that Gen'l [Thomas] Gage had 
specially honored and trusted him, giving him command of a 
company, to which his baggage was entrusted: and that he had 
been offered a commission in the Royal Americans. 181 

Gen'l Philip Schuyler, in a letter to Nathaniel Woodhull, 
March 8, 1776, expressed a high opinion of Jacobus's fitness to 
command certain vessels. It was ordered, in the Committee of 
Safety, New York, April 13, 1776, that Jacobus Wynkoop should 
enlist the number of mariners desired by Maj. Gen'l Schuyler, for 
service on the lakes, and should proceed with them to Albany, 
and there take Schuyler's orders, as to vessels on the lakes, until 
the Continental Congress should appoint him, or some other 
gentleman should arrive at the lakes, authorized to command. 182 
The Committee of Safety, April 19, 1776, communicated with the 
delegate, at Philadelphia, urging the appointment of Captain 
Wynkoop to command on the lake, and mentioned him as bred a 
mariner; frequently master of mercantile vessels; as having 

x 79 Tomb inscription, Annals of Albany, vol. vi., p. 198. 
**> Dr. E. B. O'Callaghan. 

181 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series, vol. i., pp. 76, 107. 

182 Ibid., pp. 1276, 408. 



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served with reputation, in the last war, both in the land and sea 
service; and as an officer of merit. Gen'l Schuyler addressed 
Capt. Wynkoop, at Fort George, May 7, 1776, ordering him to 
repair to Ticonderoga, and take command of all the vessels on the 
lakes. Jacobus, in a letter to the Council of Safety, August 6, 
1776, informed them that he had taken command, on April 18, 
as commodore of the vessels on Lake Champlain. Under advice 
of the commander of the Northern Department, he requested aid 
of the Council. The letter was referred to the Governor. 183 

Gen'l Benedict Arnold, on August 17, 1776, ordered two 
schooners of the fleet, to proceed down the lake: Jacobus 
brought them to: Arnold went on board, and satisfied Jacobus 
of the necessity, and the latter ordered them under sail. Gen'l 
Arnold, on the same day, made report of the facts, from Crown 
Point, to Gen'l Horatio Gates, at Ticonderoga. Jacobus also 
reported the facts to Gen'l Gates, on the same day, and claimed 
that Arnold should not have issued orders to the captains direct : 
that he himself was to be independent of all, except the com- 
mander in chief [of the Department]. Gen'l Gates, on August 
18, ordered Arnold to put Jacobus under arrest, and send him a 
prisoner to headquarters, at Ticonderoga. On the same day, he 
wrote to Gen'l Schuyler, urging the dismissal of Jacobus from the 
service, and, on the day following, he wrote again to Arnold, 
urging him to delay no longer, in the arrest of Jacobus. Mean- 
while, on the 19th, Arnold had written to Gates, that he had 
ordered Jacobus to headquarters, and he wished that it might 
be considered proper, to permit him to return home, without 
being cashiered. Gates wrote to Schuyler, on the day following, 
that he had given Jacobus a pass to Albany; and that he must, 
on no account, be sent to Ticonderoga. Schuyler replied, from 
Albany, that Jacobus was to remain there. 

Jacobus memorialized Congress, on the 27th, and Schuyler 
transmitted the memorial, two days later, stating that Jacobus 
was brave and industrious, and equal to the command of the 
vessels, which were on the lake, when he recommended him; but 
that he did not know him sufficiently to judge whether he was 
equal to the command of the vessels now there, and he, there- 
fore, had heard of the appointment of Arnold with the greatest 

183 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series vol. i., pp. 426, 1277, 1034. 



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satisfaction. Schuyler wrote to Gates, on the same day, in the 
same sense. 184 Jacobus was re-instated in the command, in March, 
1777, and retained it until the evacuation of Ticonderoga. 185 

Jacobus communicated with the Council of Safety, August 6, 
1777, in relation to the arrangement of accounts, of himself, and 
of the men serving under him as commodore. 186 

Jacobus was ordered, October 12, 1777, to take command of 
the cannon at Kingston: and in the autumn of that year, and 
the spring following, he was occupied with the raising of the 
Lady Washington galley, which had been sunk at Kingston. 

He removed his family from Kingston to Albany, two weeks 
before the British burned Kingston, October 16, 1777. 

In May, 1778, Gen'l Conway ordered Jacobus to Coeymans, to 
rig out, and put in readiness, the sloops and batteaux that were 
destined for the defense of the Hudson River. 185 

In May, 1779, his pay was declared to be that of a captain of a 
Continental frigate. His pay was stopped July 25, 1780. The 
Continental Congress, by resolution of April 19, 1782, referred 
the subject of payment, to the State of New York. He claimed, 
January 24, 1783, that there was due to him ,£956, 65, 8d. In 
1790, be obtained from the State of New York, 500 acres of land 
in lot 51, township of Manlius; 500 acres in lot 53, township of 
Locke; and 500 acres in lot 59, township of Ovid. The petition 
was dated, Kingston, January 24, 1783. 185 

It seems that this was the Jacobus who was master of the 
brig Esopus, owned by Dirck Wynkoop [292] and plying between 
Kingston and the West Indies. 

Children of Jacobus and Alida Wynkoop : 

416. Cornelius: b. Mch. 17, 1756: bp. Mch. 24, 1756, mother's 
name Alida Coens, Dutch church, New York City: d. in 
infancy. 

417. Elizabeth: b. Mch. 19, 1758: m. Garret A. Lansing. 

418. Sarah: b. July 27, 1760: m. 1st, Nov. 22, 1779, Isaac 
Fonda. Sara Wynkoop, widow of Yzac Fonda, was re- 
ceived to church membership, at Albany, on confession, 
March 5, 1790. She m., 2d, Aug. 25, 1801, Asa Douglas 

184 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series, vol. i.,pp. 1002, 1275, 1003, 1276, 
1051, 1277, 1218, 1073, 1135, 1217, 1221, 1222. 
*85 Dr. E. B. O'Callaghan. 
186 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series, vol. i., p. 495. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 73 

of Canaan, Conn., born at Plainfleld, Conn., Dec. 24, 1739. 
She had no child. 18 ? 

419. Cornelius J.: b. Aug. 25, 1763: m., 1st, Dec. 12, 1789, 
Albany, Mary Forsey: m., 2d, Anne De Wendelaer. He 
opened a store in Albany, Jan., 1790, for the auction of dry 
goods, and furniture. 188 On Oct. 26, 1796, Cornelius J. 
Wynkoop, merchant, of Canaschary, Montgomery County, 
N. Y., and Mary his wife, daughter and heir of Mary 
Forsey, conveyed to Obadiah Peniman, a lot on State 
Street, Albany. l89 

420. James: b. Mch. 9, 1769: m. Catalina Dunbar. 

421. Alida: b. Sept. 8, 1772: d. May 15, 1849 I9 °: m - Jonathan 
Eights, b. Nov. 26, 1773, Albany, d. Aug. 10, 1848, IQI son 
of Abraham and Catharina (Broecks) Eights. 

170. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, Cor- 
nelius 1,) baptized December 21, 1729, New York City: married, 
March 12, 1758, Abigail Osburne, at Fairfield, Conn. Her name 
appears as Aesbeen, in the record of baptism of her daughter 
Elizabeth. [Aes or aas been = bait -bone.] 

Children of Cornelius and Abigail Wynkoop : 

422. Elizabeth: b. Aug. 21, 1759; bp. Aug. 24, New York City. 
She was, probably, the "Miss Betsey Wynkoop," member of 
the First Congregational Society, at Fairfield, Fairfield 
County, Conn., whose death is recorded June 16, 1836. 

423. Jacobus Van der Spiegel: b. Oct. 1, 1767; bp. Oct. 2: m. 
Apl. 20, 1788, Sarah Price, of Greenfield. He was then liv- 
ing in Fairfield. 

174. Phcebe Wynkoop, (Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 
1,) born October 28, 1729: married John Vining, of Delaware, a 
man of distinction under the Proprietary government. 192 

Children of John and Phoebe Vining: 

424. Mary Vining: d. in 182 1, unmarried. She is mentioned as 
a celebrated belle, of the 18th century, and as possessing 
more than ordinary wit and beauty. 193 

18 7 Douglas Genealogy, p. 86, per Henry Brace. 

188 Annals of Albany, vol. ii., p. 210. 

18 9 Record of Deeds, Albany, lib. xiv., p. 310. 

190 pi rs i Settlers Albany Co., p. 46. 

191 Annals of Albany, vol. i., p. 99. 

1 9 2 Hannah Logan Smith's book, pp. 243, 244. 

x 93 William F. Corbit; Associated Press office, Phil. 



74 Wynkoop Genealogy 

425. John Vining: m. Mary Seaton, daughter of William, of New 
York, and left four sons, all of whom died young. He was, 
for many years, a representative in Congress. I9 ^ 

175. Benjamin Wynkoop, (Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born November 23, 1734: died September 2, 1803: 
married May 18, 1767 *m Sarah Wooddrop Sims, daughter of 
Joseph and Anne Sims. His body, and the bodies of several of 
his children, were buried at the corner of Pine and Third streets, 
Philadelphia. His widow died December 31, 18 14, aged 63. 

His descen dents know of no second marriage, and yet he 
seems to have married, about 1781, and, probably a sister of 
Sarah. For James Lempriere Hammond wrote, from the Island 
of Jersey, in Ma}*, 1783, to his brother Nicholas, as follows: 
" Your last letter tells me of the marriage, about a year and a 
half ago, of Mr. B. Wynkoop to his second wife." The " B. Wyn- 
koop " seems to be this Benjamin, and he named children, after 
that period, Wooddrop Sims, and Sarah, which suggests that the 
second wife was sister to the first. 

Benjamin was, in 1788, a member of the Rumseian Society, 
Philadelphia, and of its committee of correspondence. 195 This 
society had for its subject James Rumsey's experiments with 
steamboats. 

Benjamin Wynkoop and his family, in 1778, were at the resi- 
dence of his step-mother, the Widow Mary (Dyer) Wynkoop, 
Appoquinimink, Newcastle County, Delaware, while Phila- 
delphia was occupied by the British. Nicholas Hammond, then 
aged about twenty, grandson of the Widow Wynkoop, wrote as 
follows: "Mr. Benjamin Wynkoop and family are with us, and 
by their generally pretty and familiar behavior increase the 
cordiality which before subsisted among us. They have been 
here some months, and await, with impatience, the messengers 
of peace, that they may return to Philadelphia." 

Children of Benjamin and Sarah Wynkoop: 

426. Joseph: b. Dec. 3, 1768: d. Mch. 24, 1814. 

427. Esther: b. Ma}* 18, 1771: d. Nov. 20, 1774. 

428. Sarah: b. May 15, 1773: d. Sept. 24, 1777. 

429. Anne: b. Dec. 30, 1775: d. June 18, 1849. 

430. Benjamin: b. Nov. 15, 1778: d. Sept. 10, 1789. 

J 94 Christ Church, Phil.: Penn. Archives, 2d Series, vol. ii. 
*9S Doc. Hist. N. Y., vol. ii., p. 1038. 






VVynkoop Genealogy 75 

Children of Benjamin and Wynkoop: 

431. Abraham: b. June i, 1782: m. Hannah Norman. 

432. Wooddrop Sims: b. Oct. 20, 1786: d. in 1814: m. Jan. 19, 
1807, Anne Bartleson, Christ Church, Phil. They had no 
child. 

433. Sarah: b. June 30, 1789: d. July 12, 1790. 

176. Abram Wynkoop, (Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 
1), died about 1783: married, July 29, 1773, Rachel Sharpe, 
daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Sharpe. 196 He was a planter. 

Nicholas Hammond wrote, in 1783, from Cambridge, Md., 
as follows: "Last spring, uncle Abram died, and left a dis- 
tressed family, a widow, and four small children." And he wrote, 
in 1818, as follows: "Our half-uncle, Abram, left two sons and 
two daughters. One of the daughters married a Mr. [Richard] 
Davis. These children are all dead. The gentlemen, whom 
these daughters married, are remote from me, and I have never 
seen their children, of whom several are living." 

Children of Abram and Rachel Wynkoop : 

434. Mary: d. in 1809: m. Richard Davis. 

435. Dyer Sharpe: b. about 1775: lost in 1800: 1st Lieut, of 
Marines. 

436. Abraham. He was living in the year 1800; for he wrote 
of his anxiety about the probable loss of his brother. He 

probably died unmarried; for Nicholas Hammond wrote, 
in 1818, of the extinction of the Wynkoop name, in the 
Dyer-Hammond connection. 

437. Elizabeth. A letter is in existence, which seems to have 
been written by her daughter. 

177. James Wynkoop, M.D., (Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cor- 
nelius 1,) died about 1788: married, April 3, 1777, Hester 
Peterson, of Middletown, Del., and settled there. It is said that 
he was settled, afterwards, in Baltimore, Md. 

This is the James [in] of the Wynkoop Genealogy, of 1878, who 
was wrongly placed in that edition, on the basis of conjecture. 

Nicholas Hammond wrote of this James, in 1783, as follows: 
"The Doctor has acted an affectionate part towards his brother's 
widow and children, in which, however, he has followed his 
natural disposition, which is extremely humane." And he wrote, 

x 96 Marriage license July 29, 1773, Christ Church, Phil. 



7 6 Wynkoop Genealogy 

in 1818, "Our half-uncle, James, the Doctor, left three daughters, 
who also are dead." 

Children of Dr. James and Hester Wynkoop : 

438. Mary: b. Mch. 10, 1778: m. Isaac Cannell. 

439. (A son): b. Sept. 4, 1781: d. Sept. 5, 1781. 

440. (A son): b. Sept. 29, 1782: d. Sept. 30, 1782. 

441. Hester Catalina: b. Mch. 5, 1784: m. Richard Barroll. 

442. Harriet Grace: b. Oct. 5, 1786: d. in 181 2, unmarried. 
178. Benjamin Wynkoop, (Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cor- 
nelius 1), baptized April 9, 1732: died in 1782 from drowning, 
during the Revolutionary War: married, March 6, 1754, New 
York City, Grissel Frost, born October 24, 1732, at Fairfield, 
Conn., daughter of Jabez and Adria (Couch) Frost. [Grissel is 
a diminutive of Griselda.] 

Alonzo I. Wynkoop [777] wrote as follows: "My grandfather 
was married at Fairfield, where grandfather's friends lived. His 
wife was daughter of Jabez Frost. Grandfather evidently 
settled at Fairfield, as my father's record is, that all his brothers 
and sisters were living there, at the time of the Revolution." 

Children of Benjamin and Grissel Wynkoop: 

443. Abraham: b. Fairfield, May 12, 1755: he was lost during 
the Revolutionary War, and was supposed to have been 
captured by the British. 

444. Benjamin: b. Apl. 10, 1769: m. Hannah Wynkoop [337]. 

445. John: b. Feb. 24, 1763: m. Esther Griffin. 

446. Gershom: d. in 1831: m. Martha McFarlin. 

447. Peter: a seafaring man, who commanded a vessel out of 
Xew York. After leaving the sea, he married, and settled 
upon the homestead, where he died without children. Per- 
haps this Peter is a myth; and what is said about him may 
be appropriate to Peter [i;8a]. 

448. "Grizel": b. Aug. 12, 1760: m. Hurd. 

449. Anne ("Annall"): b. Dec. 15, 1756: m. . Ig ? 

205. John C. Wynkoop, (Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized January 21, 1761, in 

x 97 The proper order would be Anne, Griselda, John, and Benja- 
min, with the places of Gershom and Peter uncertain: but the guiding 
dates were received by the compiler so late that a recast might involve 
confusion, in the re-aligning of the descendants, and through overlooking 
some of the cross references. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 77 

New York City: died July 25, 1796 198 : married September 6, 
1784, at Kingston, X. Y., Lydia Silvester, daughter of Peter and 
Jane (Van Schaack) Silvester. 1 " 

John C. was an attorney at law, and was postmaster at King- 
ston, as appears from his signature to a list of unclaimed letters, 
published in a newspaper, June 30, 1796. 

His last will, dated June 30, 1796, proved May 13, 1797, 
mentioned his children, Peter, Adrian, Henry, Catharine, Jane, 
and Ann Maria; his father-in-law, Peter Silvester; and his 
brothers-in-law, Francis and Cornelius Silvester. 200 

His widow married, August 16, 1804, at Kinderhoek, Jacobus 
Van Alen. 

Children of John C. and Lydia Wynkoop: 

450. Peter Silvester: bp. July 7, 1785, Kinderhoek: d. in in- 
fancy. 

451. Peter Silvester, Rev.: b. Mch., 1787: m. Margaret W. Gos- 
man. 

452. Catharine: bp. July 18, 1790, Kinderhoek: m. Lawrence 
Van Dyck. 100 

453. Jane, a twin: bp. July 18, 1790: m. Henry Winans. I09 

454. Anna Maria: bp. Apl. 22, 1792, "Maria," Kingston: m. 
Samuel Hawley. 100 

455. Adrian: bp. June 3, 1794, Kingston: d. unmarried. 

456. Henry Van Schaack: bp. June 19. 1796, Kingston: d. 
young. 

206. Maria Wynkoop, (Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized July 4, 1762, Xew York 
City: died before 1840: married, April 19, 1786, Trinity Church, 
N. Y. City, Henry Stanton, born September 12, 1761, died Octo- 
ber 20, 1830, son of George and Agnes (Blanck) Stanton. 

Henry had married 1st, in 1782, Patience Leverich, of New- 
town, L. I. 

Children of Henry and Maria Stanton: 

457. George Henry Stanton: b. Jan. 6, 1787: d. April 25, 1851, 
in Ossining, X". Y. : m. Sophia Avery. 

458. Richard Stanton: b. Jan. 20, 1789: m. Mary Elizabeth 
Waterbury. 

x 98 Tombstone in the yard of the First Dutch Church, Kingston. 
J 99 Miss Sarah B. Reynolds [824], of Kingston, N. Y. 
200 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book B, p. 426. 



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459. Cornelius Wynkoop Stanton: b. June 10, 1791: d. Jan. 10, 
1827 : m., May 21, 18 18, Mary Stewart, daughter of William 
and Magdalen (Noorsstrand) Stewart. 

Their only child, Mary Catharine Stanton, b. Feb. 19, 
18 19, m., Oct. 2i, 1845, Charles Griffin, b. Jan. 27, 18 14, in 
Virginia, d. Feb. 11, 1879. They had no child, that reached 
adult age. The widow lives in Brooklyn. 

460. Mary Catharine Stanton: m., 1st, George Everit; m., 2d, 
James Titus. 

461. Agnes Stanton: d. unmarried. 

462. Augustus Stanton: b. Jan. 23, 1803: d. June 28, 1828, 
unmarried. 

207. Catharine Wynkoop, (Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born October 24, 1763, baptized 
November 20, New York City: died February 11, 1846 2DI : 
married, October 1, 1786, Jonathan Hasbrouck, born October 27, 
1763, died August 4, 1846, son of Abram and Catharine (Brewer) 
Hasbrouck. Jonathan was a Judge, in Ulster County. 

Abram, the father of Jonathan, was a Colonel in the Revolu- 
tionary army. The Committee of Safety, on October 16, 1777, 
directed Abram Hasbrouck, Joseph Gasherie [106], Dirck Wyn- 
koop, Jun. [292], Christopher Tappen [107], and Samuel Bayard, 
Jun., who had charge of the public records of the State, which 
had been deposited in Kingston, in June, 1776, to remove such 
records in their custody to Rochester [Ulster County]. In case 
of necessity Judge Wynkoop [292] and Oke Suydam were to 
impress teams. 202 

Jonathan's nephew, Abraham Hasbrouck, had a daughter, 
Helen, who married Henry Sharpe, and the son of Henry and 
Helen was George Henry Sharpe, who married Caroline H. 
Hasbrouck [827]. 

Children of Jonathan and Catharine Hasbrouck: 

463. Catharine Hasbrouck, bp. Sept. 2, 1787, Kingston: m. 
Severyn Bruyn. 

464. Abraham Bruyn Hasbrouck: b. Nov. 29, 1791: m. Julia 
Frances Ludlum. 

465. Augustus Hasbrouck: bp. Oct. 5, 1795, Kingston. 

209. Anna Sabina Wynkoop, (Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cor- 

201 Inscription in a Hoogtaling graveyard, near Kingston. 

202 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, vol. i., p. 129. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 79 

nelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized July 13, 1766, 
New York City: married, February 4, 1790, Henry H. Schoon- 
maker. She was named after her mother's sister, Anna Sabina 
Ruehl, wife of John M. Kern. Baptisms of the children are re- 
corded in Kingston. 

Children of Henry H. and Anna S. Schoonmaker: 

466. Hezekiah Schoonmaker: bp. Mch. 27, 17 91. 

467. Cornelius Schoonmaker: bp. May 3, 1794. e 

468. Jonathan Schoonmaker: bp. Nov. 12, 1796* ^< .*Au~»«.*. 

469. Augustus Schoonmaker: bp. May 2, 1799. 

470. Henry Schoonmaker: bp. Aug. 21, 1802. 

471. John Wynkoop Schoonmaker: bp. Nov. 3, 1805. 

472. Jesse Schoonmaker: bp. Mch. 5, 1809. 
213. Augustus Wynkoop, (Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 

Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born September 10, 1777: died 
July 3, 1836: married, January 27, 1808, at Kinderhoek, Anna 
Maria Silvester, born February 26, 1780, died May 1, 1825, sister 
to Lydia [205]. 

One of the varieties of the Wynkoop book-plate is in existence, 
with the name Augustus Wynkoop, in which the supporters of 
the shield are female bacchantes. It evidently came from the 
same source as the one which has "Cor s C. Wynkoop" upon it, 
and was varied by mistake or design. The compiler has had it 
reproduced in electrotype, with men in place of the women, and 
with the motto inserted. 

Children of Augustus and Anna M. Wynkoop: 

473. Mary Jane: b. Jan. 20, 1810: m. Henry H. Reynolds. 

474. Augustus: b. Jan. 22, 1812: m. Anna Whiting. 

475. Francis Silvester: b. Nov. 6, 1815: m. Sarah F. Elmendorf. 

476. Catharine Burhans: b. Sept. 15, 181 7: d. Jan. 6, 1842: m. 
Oct. 3, 1837, John Mumford Keese, who died in Chicago, 
Nov. 2, 1878, aged 64 years, 2 months. Their son, John 

Wynkoop Keese, d. at Pasadena, Cal., Nov. 4, 1903, aged 
65 years. 

477. Henrietta: b. Apl. 18, 1819: d. in Kingston, N. Y., Nov. 25, 
1 90 1. She lived with her sister, Mrs. Reynolds. 

478. Elizabeth Hicks: b. Sept. 9, 1821: d. Apl. 1, 1824. 
216. Peter P. Wynkoop, (Petrus 66, Cornelius 9, Maj. Jo- 
hannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized January 25, 1779: d. about 
1848: married Anna Roosa. 



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His last will, of Hurley, dated September 7, 1846, proved 
June 12, 1848, mentioned his wife, Anna; his children, Cornelius 
P., Anthony R., Jane Catharine, and Leah, and his grandchild, 
Anna R. Wynkoop. 

Children of Peter P. and Anna Wvnkoop : 

479. Cornelius P. : b. Aug. 25, 1808: m. Margaret M. Cruikshank. 

480. Anthony R. : b. Dec. 13, 1809: m. Ellen De Witt Jansen. 

481. Hardenbergh: b. Feb. 1, 1811: m. Sarah M. Krom. 

482. Jane Catharine: b. Apl. 20, 181 7, Hurler, unmarried. 

483. Leah: b. Feb. 5. 1820: m. John Ten Eyek De Witt. 

250. Abraham Ten Eyck, (Cornelia Wynkoop 93, Dirrick 
13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born June 2^, 1754: died at 
Troy, X. Y., in 1812: married, December 26, 1790, Sarah 
Elmendorf, born in Kingston. July 11. 1766. died in 1821. 

Child of Abraham and Sarah Ten Eyck : 

484. James B. Ten Eyck, Rev.: b. Mch. 4, 1797. in Kingston: 
d. in 1872: was graduated at Lnion College, in 1818: New 
Brunswick Seminary, in 1821: licensed bv classis of New 
Brunswick, in 1821: pastor of the Berea church, 1821-72. 
(Manual of Reformed Dutch Church, 1902.) 

258. Derrick C. Wynkoop, (Col. Cornelius D. 94. Dirrick 13, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1.) born April 4, 1763, baptized May 
8: died October 5, 1838: married. November 19. 1795, Elizabeth 
Sparling. 

His last will, of Hurley, dated September 24, 1838, proved 
December 27, 1838, mentioned his children, George, Derrick, 
Sally, and Eleanor; and his grandson John, son of Cornelius. 203 

Children of Derrick C. and Elizabeth Wynkoop: 

485. Sarah: bp. June 20. 1796. Kingston: d. in infancy. 

486. Cornelius: bp. Sept. 20, 1798: m. Harriet Sparling. 

487. Gerretje Annetje: bp. June 19. 1801. The Annals of 
Albany state the death of Garetje Annetje as of June 27, 
1863, aged 58: but that may have been an other person. 

488. Sarah Minderson: b. May 7, 1S04: m. Andrew P. Roosa. 

489. Eleanor: b. Mch. 14, 1807: m. Christopher Newkirk. 

490. Leah De Witt: b. Feb. 5, 1811: m. Capt. Henry N. Buck- 
bee. 

491. George: b. July 23, 18 14: m., 1st. Eleanor Sala Da\ds; m., 
2d, Sarah Catharine Dumond. 

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Wynkoop Genealogy 81 

492. Derrick C. : b. Apl. 15, 181 7: m., 1st, Jan. 3, 1838, Celinda 
Crispell, both described as living in Hurley; m. 2d, Eliza- 
beth Hotchkiss. They lived in Durham, Greene County, 
N. Y. ; and removed thence to Albany. 

259. Leah Wynkoop, (Col. Cornelius D. 94, Dirrick 13, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born April 9, 1766, baptized June 3: 
died June 20, 1829: married Abraham Ten Eyck De Witt, M.D., 
born April 9, 1764, died May 23, 1849, son of Andries and 
Blandina (Ten Eyck) De Witt, of Marbletown. [De wit = the 
white.] 

Abraham married, 2d, December 24, 1829, Sarah Depuy, born 
August 29, 1779, died November 18, 1862, daughter of Joseph 
and Mary (Depuy) Depuy. 

Baptisms of Leah's children are recorded in the Napanock 
Dutch church. 

Children of Abraham T. E. and Leah De Witt: 

493. Blandina De Witt: bp. Aug. 1, 1791 : m. Alexander Storey. 

494. Jane De Witt: bp. Mch. 15, 1794: m. H. C. Hornbeck. 

495. Andrew Persen De Witt: bp. July 22, 1796. 

265. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Derrick D. 96, Dirrick 13, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born October 30, 1772, baptized Feb- 
ruary 4, 1773: died in 1835, in New Paltz: married Peter 
Eltinge, who died in New Paltz, in 1841, aged 66. Baptisms of 
children are recorded in the New Paltz old church. 

Children of Peter and Cornelia Eltinge: 

496. Jacoba Eltinge: b. May 13, 1797, bp. June 18, "Jaco- 
myntje." 

497. Gertrude Eltinge: b. May 11, 1799, bp. Aug. 11, "Gertje." 

498. Derrick Wynkoop Eltinge: b. Nov. 26, 1800, bp. Dec. 8: d. 
in infancy. 

499. Derrick Wynkoop Eltinge: b. Apl. 11, 1802, bp. May 9. 

500. Noah Eltinge: b. Oct. 2, 1804, bp. Dec. 17. 

501. Jane Eltinge: b. Nov. 4, 1806, bp. Feb. 22 1807, "Jannetje." 

502. Sarah Anne Eltinge: b. Apl. 2, 1809, bp. Apl. 30. 

503. Johannes Johnson Eltinge: b. Apl. 2, 1811: bp. May 11. 

504. Edmund Eltinge: b. June 21, 181 7, bp. July 27: m. Sept., 
29, 1839, Magdalene D. B. Deyo, who d. May 15, 1878, 
daughter of Andrew Deyo, of New Paltz. Edmund was 
an examiner, in 1880, in the U. S. Appraiser's office, New 
York City. 

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82 Wynkoop Genealogy 

288. Abram Wynkoop, (Petrus 109, Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born March 26, 1786, Kinderhoek, 
N. Y., baptized April 9, "Abraham": died March 23, 1868, in 
Kingston, N. Y. : married, January 10, 1838, Maria Van Steen- 
berg, who died in New York City, November 21, 1900, aged 82 
years. 

Children of Abram and Maria Wynkoop : 

505. Mary Catharine: b. Apl. 14, 1844: m. Henry E. Malin. 

506. Harvey Heusted: b. May 15, 1846: m. Caroline Haynes. 

507. Matilda : b. May 5, 1848 : unmarried: lives in New York City. 

508. Anna Elizabeth: b. July 7, 1851 : m. Rev. Wilson R. Terry. 

509. William Teller: b. Feb. 5, 1854: d. in Willington, Conn., 
June 27, 1889. 

292. Dirck Wynkoop, Judge, (Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born October 1, 1732, in Kingston: died 
there, December 9, 1796: married 1st, November 1, 1754, 
Tjaatje (Cheauchee) Wynkoop [102], born November 19, 1731, 
died November 17, 1757, second child and first daughter of 
Sheriff Johannes and Maria (Bogardus) Wynkoop. Dirck mar- 
ried 2d, December 13, 1760, Sarah Smedes, born December 8, 
1737, daughter of Petrus and Catrina (Du Bois) Smedes. 

The compiler is the eldest son of the eldest son — i. e., who left 
a descendant — back to this Dirck, and back of him to Evert [4], 
the second son of Cornelius [1]. He is also descended, through 
the marriage first above mentioned, from Maj. Johannes [2], 
eldest son of Cornelius [1]. 

Dirck's name appears uniformly with the spelling Dirck; 
but the more correct modern form is D i r k . The usual spelling 
of the name, as belonging to other Wynkoops, was Derrick 
or D e r i c k : sometimes it was D i r r i c k . The original form 
of the name seems to have been Diederick, derived from Theo- 
doric, meaning powerful among the people. It was common to 
use this name as equivalent to Theodore, God-given, or Richard, 
stout-hearted. But Rijkaard and Rijk are the Dutch for Richard. 
The compiler has hitherto accepted the traditional opinion, that 
Dirck and Dick are equivalents; but they are not, as he is con- 
vinced by Dingman Versteeg, author of The Sea Beggars, N. Y., 
1 90 1, whom the compiler considers a competent Dutch scholar. 
Dierryk was an other form, in use. Tjerck, pronounced Cheurk, 
as one syllable, is probably the Frisian equivalent of Dirck. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 83 

This Dirck was a lawyer, and became a judge. Many old wills 
and old deeds were left in his hands, and some of them came 
into the hands of the compiler: others, no doubt, perished, 
when "Miss Peggy Wynkoop" burned a mass of papers, to rid 
herself of the persecution of relic-hunters. 

Benjamin Blagge, Jun. issued a license, under the Excise act, 
February 23, 1760, to Dirck Wynkoop, Jun r , to retail tea, 
throughout the province of New York, except within the city and 
county of Albany. This license, which is in the possession of the 
compiler, is an evidence of reputation for trustworthiness: but 
Dirck developed into a determined supporter of the patriotic 
cause. He was an Associator of Kingston, N. Y., May 29, 1775; 
and he is mentioned as a member of the Third Regiment of 
Ulster County Militia. 2 °4 On November 5, of the same year, he 
was chosen a deputy to the New York Provincial Congress, and 
he met with them in New York, November 14. 205 The Com- 
mittee of Safety, of which he was a member, appointed him, 
October n, 1776, Inspector of Flour, at Kingston. 206 The New 
York Provincial Congress, October 15, 1776, adopted a preamble 
and resolution, reciting that the records of the city and county 
of New York, and of the county and borough of Westchester, 
were in private hands, in the county of Westchester, and unsafe, 
because of the landing of the enemy in that county, and ap- 
pointed William Miller, Theodore Barton, and John Cosine, 
commissioners to remove the records, with all possible expedi- 
tion, to Kingston, Ulster County, and there place them in care 
of Dirck Wynkoop, Abram Hasbrouck [207], and Christopher 
Tappen [107]: and empowered the commissioners to call for a 
guard to protect the removal. 206 The Committee of Safety, 
through an order, signed John McKesson, Fishkill, October 17, 
1776, sent the papers of the late Receiver General's office, to the 
same persons, at Kingston, with instructions to take care of 
them, equal to, or even greater than, that used with the other 
public records. 20 ? 

The New York Continental Constitutional Convention met in 

204 \r ew York in the Revolution, p. 263. 

205 Journal of N. Y. Provincial Congress, vol. i., pp. 32, 189. 

206 Force's Amer. Archives, 5th Series, vol. iii./pp. 239, 247, 248, 31, 23 
138. 

2 °7 The order is in possession of the compiler : also the letter. 



84 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Kingston, in April, 1777, and adopted a State Constitution. 
They appointed Dirck a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of 
Ulster County, as associate of Levi Pawling, First Judge. The 
British, in revenge for the harboring of the State Convention, 
determined to burn Kingston. The public records, mentioned 
above, in anticipation of the attack, were removed early in 
October, to Rochester, Ulster County, as already stated under 
Jonathan Hasbrouck [207]. The British burned Kingston, Octo- 
ber 16, 1777. Some of the public records were removed from 
Judge Wynkoop's house, corner of Pearl and Fair streets, in Mr. 
Bancker's charge, a few minutes only before a party of red-coats 
began to plunder the buildings. 2o8 Mr. Schoonmaker states 
that the British destroyed two houses, two barns, one barrack, 
and a brew house, belonging to Dirck Wynkoop. 209 Gen'l Sharpe 
[827] said that Washington, while on his way from the Delaware 
to West Point, dined at the Judge's house, on Greene Street. 
The table used consisted of boards laid on carpenter's horses. 

Gov. George Clinton wrote to Judge Wynkoop, from Pough- 
keepsie, May 4, 1778, of a contribution from Charleston, S. C, of 
£927, 175, i6d., for the Kingston sufferers; and of his own 
purpose to grant exemption from ordinary militia service, to me- 
chanics, where they would work at reasonable wages, in rebuild- 
ing. 20 7 The ancestry of this Clinton is given under Christina 

[39o]- 

Dirck was Assistant State Agent, in 1781; and in the same 

year, he was Assistant Commissary of Purchases, and, as such, 
was required, by order of Gen'l Washington, April 28, to procure 
a supply of shad for the army. 20 ? 

Under the head of Ulster County Militia (Land Bounty Rights) 
appears, among enlisted men, Dirck Wynkoop, Jr., in Capt. 
Depue's Company, Third Regiment. 210 

He was commissioned by Gov. Clinton, March 12, 1783, First 
Judge of the Common Pleas, for Ulster County, during good be- 
havior, or until he should attain the age of sixty years. The 
expiration of this time limit was in October, 1792. 

Judge Wynkoop was an estimable gentleman, and one of the 
most active and noted men in Ulster County, during the Revolu- 

208 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, vol. i., pp. 129, 69, 120. 

2 °9 History of Kingston, p. 523. 

210 N. Y. in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1898, pp. 262, 263. 



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tion. He was a member of the New York Assembly, 1780-81. 
In 1788, he was a member of the State Convention, to which 
was submitted the Federal Constitution. 208 His associates from 
Ulster County were George Clinton, who presided, John Cantine, 
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Ebenezer Clark, and James Clinton, 
brother to George: and all of them were opposed to the uncon- 
ditional acceptance of the Constitution. Dirck was a Republican 
in politics. This is disclosed under Joseph Gasherie [106]. 

Dirck was owner of the brig Esopus, trading between Kingston 
and the West Indies, 1787-89, and perhaps owner for a longer 
period. Of this vessel, Jacobus Wynkoop [167], probably was 
at one time master. 

William H. Dederick, of Kingston, wrote of the Judge, as fol- 
lows : ' ' He was a member of the consistory of the First Reformed 
Dutch Church of Kingston, a number of times. This seems to 
have been a characteristic of the family. I can not forbear say- 
ing that in the many records I have examined, I have found no 
parallel." 

His last will was dated August 28, 1794, proved February 18, 
1797. 211 His tombstone stands beside that of his father, Capt. 
Evert, in the yard of the First Reformed Church, Kingston. His 
silver snuff-box, embossed with the representation of a Holland 
feast, descended, to the compiler, through his grandfather and 
father; who received from his great-aunt, " Miss Peggy Wyn- 
koop" [516], on her decease, the Bible of Arriaantje Schepmoes, 
with the family records of Capt. Evert, and Judge Dirck; also 
a long and heavy silver ladle— perhaps for hot mush ; also gold 
knee- and shoe-buckles, and a pair of silver candlesticks. 

If there was ever a portrait of Dirck, it was destroyed, no 
doubt, with one of his houses; and he was so impoverished by the 
war, and his liberal contributions to it, directly and indirectly, 
that he did not sit for his portrait, in his later days. One, at 
least, of his houses was of stone, and the walls remained stand- 
ing, and the house was rebuilt, and was occupied by his daugh- 
ter, "Miss Peggy." 

A letter to the Judge, of which a copy is here given, seems to in- 
dicate the author and the time of the introduction of furniture 
made of native woods : 

211 Records of Wills, Kingston, Book B, p. 382. 



86 Wynkoop Genealogy 

"New York XV th October 1790. 
" D R Sir. 

" I spoke to Capt. Desang when I saw him at your house for 
some Boards of Cureled Maple such as you had a sample of if 
he had any of them remaining to spare which in that case he 
promised me. I will therefore be much oblidged to you if you 
will inquire respecting them and take the trouble of forwarding 
them to me. If he has none left I should be glad if you would 
endeavor to get some for me elsewhere of equal Quality as I 
wish to get some Pieces of Furneture made of that wood by 
some of our best workmen and try if People cant be induced 
to prefer it to the Mahogany — which carries much money from 
our country. 

" With best respects to Mrs. Wynkoop and Family in which 
Mrs. Clinton & the children join me I am yours 

" Sincerely 

" Geo. Clinton. 

" Judge Wynkoop." 

Children of Judge Dirck and Tjaatje Wynkoop: 

510. Peter: b. Dec. 27, 1755: m. Margaret Quackenbos. 

511. Maria: b. Sept. 3, 1757: d. Mch. 16, 1758. 
Children of Judge Dirck and Sarah Wynkoop : 

512. Arriaantje (Arietta): b. Dec. 3, 1761. Her last will, dated 
Apl. 4, 1820, proved Apl. 7, 1826, mentioned her sister 
Margaret. 212 

513. Catharine: b. Jan. 24, 1764: d. unmarried. 

514. Sarah: b. July 25, 1773, bp. Aug. 24, Kingston new church: 
d. about 1 81 7, in New York City, at the house of her step- 
daughter, Amelia Smith, wife of Robert M. Russell. Sarah 
married, Nov. 7, 1795, Timothy Tredwell Smith, b. Jan. 17, 
1768, at Smithfield, L. I., d. Oct. 24, 1803. When he 
married, he was principal of the Kingston Academy, and 
when he died, he was professor of moral philosophy in 
Union College, Schenectady. His tombstone is in the 
yard of the First Reformed Church, Kingston. 

The correspondence of the step-daughter, Mrs. Amelia 

Russell, came under the eye of the compiler; and he has 

tried, in vain, to find any descendant of hers, to ascertain 

whether her own interesting character has been transmitted. 

212 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book E, p. 246. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 87 

515. Dirrick: b. June 17, 1775: d. Dec. 6, 1775. 

516. Margrietje (Margaret — "Miss Peggy"): b. at the house of 
her paternal uncle, Marbletown, Ulster Co., Mch. 27, 1778: 
d. in Kingston, Mch. 18, 1862, unmarried. Gifts from her 
to the compiler are mentioned above. She was commonly 
known as "Miss Peggy Wynkoop." 

She is mentioned as the "venerable lady, whose elegant 
manners and refined tone, lend such a charm to her society, 
residing in the house on Greene Street, Kingston, where her 
father entertained Gen'l Washington, on his visit to King- 
ston. " 2 13 It may be that the entertainment of Washington 
was at Dirck's other house also on Greene Street. 
295. Cornelius E. Wynkoop, Major, (Capt. Evert 112, Cor- 
nelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born March 4, 1746: d. Septem- 
ber 19, 1795, and was buried at the new church at Marbletown: 
married August 22, 1766, Cornelia Mancius, baptized November 
1, 1 741, daughter of Rev. George Wilhelmus and Cornelia 
(Kiersted) Mancius. 

He was a member of the committee from Marbletown, April 7, 
1775, to choose deputies to the Provincial Congress of New York. 
In June, of the same year, he was an Associator of Marbletown; 
and September 19, following, he was Captain of the Southeast 
District, First Company, of the town of Marbletown; and com- 
mission was issued to him, under date of October 25, 1775, as 
second Major of the Minutemen of Ulster County. 214 He ap- 
pears as a member of the Third Regiment of Ulster County 
militia. 

The legislature of New York, in 1778, passed an act for the 
detection and defeat of conspiracies. Under this act, Cornelius 
E. Wynkoop, with Messrs. Piatt, Harper, and Cantine, were 
appointed commissioners. In a communication to Lieut. -Col. 
Aaron Burr, August 3, in that year, the commissioners mentioned 
Cornelius E. Wynkoop as one of the board, and referred to him 
for such particulars as it might be necessary to adjust, to enable 
them, in the future, to convey more effectually unfriendly per- 
sons to the enemy's lines. 215 
The house at Stone Ridge, Marbletown, Ulster County, N. Y., 

213 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, Geo. W. Pratt, vol. i., p. 133. 

21 4 Journal of N. Y. Provincial Congress, vol. L, pp. 21, 34, 151, 38, 178. 

215 Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Davis, vol. i., pp. 132, 133, 131. 



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built in 1772, and for this Cornelius, apparently, is at the present 
time, a substantial, commodious, and handsome stone building, 
and it was superior to nearly all the houses of its period. It is 
now known as the " Lounsberry House." Gen'l Sharpe [827] 
stated, that Gen'l Washington, on his way from the Delaware to 
West Point, spent a night in this house: and that, on the morn- 
ing following, he received from the porch of a house at Hurley, 
an address of welcome from Gen'l Wynkoop. This may have 
been Cornelius D. [94], or i\driaan [63]. 

Under the head of Ulster County Militia (Land Bounty 
Rights) appears, among enlisted men, Cornelius E. Wynkoop, in 
Capt. Depue's Company, Third Regiment. 216 

Children of Cornelius E. and Cornelia Wynkoop: 

517. Evert C. : d. June 20, 1807: m. Rachel Hardenbergh. 

518. Cornelia: bp. June 5, 1769: m. Benjamin Hardenbergh. 

302. Anne Wynkoop, (Cornelius 114, Jacobus 29, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized February 6, 1732, "Antjen," Kingston: 
married, October 15, 1749, Philip Swartwout, described as born 
and living in Minassink, Orange County, and she, as born and 
living in Rochester [Ulster County]. They were received to 
church membership, on confession, October 11, 1750, at Port 
Jervis. His name appears elsewhere as Swarthoudt. [Zwart- 
hout = black timber.] 

Their children were baptized at Rochester. Jacobus, Anne, 
and Cornelius divided the property, about 1778. 
Children of Philip and Anne Swartwout : 

519. Jacobus Swartwout: bp. Nov. 18, 1750: 
Cornelius Swartwout: bp. June 24, 1752: d. in infancy. 
Anne Swartwout: bp. June 16, 1754. 
Philip Swartwout: bp. Oct. 16. 1757, "Swarthoudt." 
Gerardus Swartwout: bp. Aug. 26, 1759. 
Cornelius Wynkoop Swartwout: bp. Mch. 20, 1763. 

303. Jacobus Wynkoop, (Cornelius 114, Jacobus 29, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) married, November 4, 1758, Janneke Oosterhout, 
whose name is written, elsewhere, Oosterhoud. [Oosten-hout 
— east wood.] 

Jacobus, in 1778, joined with other inhabitants of Rochester, 
Ulster County, in a petition for protection against the Indians. 21 7 

216 Xeiv York in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1898, pp. 262, 263. 

21 7 Collections of the Ulster Hist. Soc, vol. i., p. 58. 



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Baptisms of their children are recorded at Rochester. 
Children of Jacobus and Janneke Wynkoop: 

525. Margaret: bp. Mch. 17, 1759: m. Johannis Sammons. 

526. Cornelius: bp. May 16, 1761. 

527. Benjamin: bp. July 17, 1763. 

528. Jacobus: bp. Jan. 12, 1766: m. 1st, Tryntje Schoonmaker; 
2d, Syntje Schoonmaker. 

529. Henry: bp. Nov. 2, 1767: d. in infancy. 

530. Anne: bp. Feb. 11, 1770: m., probably, John T. Schoon- 
maker. 

531. Jeremiah: b. Sept. 18, 1772. 

532. David: bp. Nov. 27, 1773: m., probably, Susan Wood. 

533. Elizabeth: b. Apl. 20, 1777. 

534. Henry: bp. Sept. 6, 1778. 

306. Johannes Wynkoop, (Evert 124, Johannes E. 36,. Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born June 18, 1759 : died February 3, 1813 : married, 
March 21, 1791, Harriet Bartlett, born November 22, 1768, died 
February 13, 181 7. They lived in Bethlehem, Albany County, 
N. Y. : afterwards at Cohoes Falls. 

Children of Johannes and Harriet Wynkoop : 

535. Sarah: b. Dec. 13, 1791: m. Daniel Haines. 

536. Lany: b. Jan. 13, 1794: d. Dec. 24, 1843: m., Apl. 17 or 
19, 1814, Jacob W. Lansing, b. Sept. 7, 1795, d. Nov. 5, 

1848, son of William and Alida (Fonda) Lansing. 

537. Maria: b. Aug. 19, 1796: m. Alfred Berden. 

538. Eleanor: b. Nov. 13, 1798 : d. Jan. 9, 1871 : m., 1st, Dec. 25, 
1833, Isaac W. Lansing, b. May 21, 1806, d. Jan. 28, 1839, 
brother of Jacob named above: m., 2d, in Oct. or Nov., 

1849, Benjamin Hess, who died in the winter of 1854-55. 

539. Evert: b. Mch. 10, 1801: d. July 11, 1861: m., 1st, Penel- 
ope Border; m., 2d, Oct. 17, 1830, Elizabeth Putnam. 

540. Abraham: b. Aug. 20, 1803 : m. a daughter of Alfred Berden. 

541. Catharine: b. Feb. 6, 1806: m. Martin Van der Ker. 
311. Joshua Wynkoop, (Evert 124, Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, 

Cornelius 1,) born September 19, 1770: married Margaret Arnout 
or Arnold, born June 10, 1770. They lived and died in Bethle- 
hem, Albany County, N. Y. 

Children of Joshua and Margaret Wynkoop : 

542. Evert: b. Sept. 3, 1796: m., 1st, Eunice Van Wie Winnie; 
m., 2d, Jane Barhight. 



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543. John: b. Aug. 4, 1798: d., in Syracuse, July 20, 1868: m. 
Mary Roach. 

544. Anne: b. Aug. 4, 1800: m. Peter I. Hotaling. 

545. Abraham: b. Sept. 30, 1802: m. Susannah Albright. 

546. Peter: b. May 30, 1804: m., 1st, Magdalen Long; m., 2d, 
Jane Long. 

547. Jacob: b. Oct. 19, 1807: m. Ellen Carhart. 

548. Garrett: b. May 11, 1810: m., May 14, 1830, in Bethlehem, 
Phoebe Arnout or Arnold. They lived in May field, N. Y. 

549. Sarah: b. July 2, 1812: m. Aaron Springsted. 

315. Hezekiah Wynkoop, (Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born June 9, 1766: died February 28, 1856: mar- 
ried Elizabeth Dederick, born April 6, 1770, daughter of Matthew 
and Maria (Emmerich) Dederick. His last will, of Saugerties, 
dated in 1853, proved May 12, 1856, mentioned his daughters, 
Sally, Elsje, deceased, wife of John P. Kemple, and Maria; and 
his sons, Henry and Everett H. 218 Kemple, elsewhere, is written 
Kimble, Kimball, and Kemble. 

Children of Hezekiah and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

550. Everett H.: b. June 9, 1787: m. Maria Post. 

551. Maria, a twin: b. June 9, 1787: d. unmarried. Her will 
was dated Oct. 28, 1861, proved Feb. 23, 1863. 2I0 

552. Henry, Judge: b. Sept. 13, 1789: m., 1st, Nelly Myndertse ; 
m., 2d, Hannah Wynkoop [569]. 

553. Alida or Elsie: b. Nov. 11, 1800: m. John P. Kimble. 

554. Tobias: b. Aug. 4, 1802: d. aged about 18 years. 

555. Sarah: b. Aug. 30, 181 2: d. unmarried. 

316. Sarah Wynkoop, (Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born January 12, 1768, baptized January 13: died 
July 31, 1832 : married, November 19, 1799, Paul Van Steenberg, 
described as a widower, and she as an unmarried woman. 220 He 
was born in 1754. His first wife was Rosina Schuyler. [Steen- 
berg = Stone-mountain.] 

Children of Paul and Sarah Van Steenberg : 

556. Alida Van Steenberg: b. Apl. 25, 1802. 

557. Catharine Van Steenberg: b. Aug. 13, 1803. 

558. Thomas Van Steenberg: b. Oct. 27, 1804: m. Leah Hommel. 

218 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book N, p. 363. 

210 Ibid., Book O, p. 408. 

220 Fi rs t Settlers of Albany County. 



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559. Lucretia Van Steenberg : b. Sept. 19, 1811 : m. Jacob Meyer. 
317. Henry Wynkoop, (Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, 

Cornelius 1,) baptized September 19, 1769, Kaatsbaan church: 
died May 20, 1828: married, October 1, 1789, Anne Loew, 
called also Arriaantje. A family Bible, in the possession of Dr. 
Warren Kemble, gives Henry's birth as September 20. 

Henry's last will, as Hendrikus, of Saugerties, dated May 20, 
1828, proved August 25, 1828, mentioned his wife Annatje Loew, 
and his children, Evert, Hezekiah, Aultje, wife of Henry Schoon- 
maker, Jun., Ann, Tjerck, and Henry. 221 Baptisms of the 
children are recorded in the Kaatsbaan church. 

Children of Henry and Anne Wynkoop : 

560. Peter: bp. Jan. 8, 1792: m. Maria Langendyck. 

561. Tjerck: bp. Apl. 28, 1794: m., 1st, Margaret Hendricks; 
m. 2d, Eliza Ten Broeck. 

562. Alida: b. Aug. 14, 1799: m. Henry Schoonmaker. 

563. Evert: b. Nov. 2, 1802: unmarried. 

564. Henry H. : b. Nov. 17, 1806: unmarried. 

565. Anne: b. Jan. 7, 1810: m. Abraham Turck. 

566. Hezekiah: b. May 31, 1812, bp. July 12: m., Oct. 8, 1844, 
Julia Anne Turck, daughter of Solomon and Cornelia (Brice) 
Turck, and granddaughter of Jacob. They lived in Sauger- 
ties, N. Y. 

319. William Wynkoop, (Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born May 20, 1774, baptized Aug. 9, Kaatsbaan 
church: died May 24, 1847: married, July 3, 1796, Kaatsbaan 
church, Maria Trombour, each described as unmarried. She 
was daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth (Schmidt) Trombour. 222 
She died March 25, 1843. 

The tombstones of William and Maria stand on the land of 
Myndertse [992], in Greene County, N. Y.,near Hudson River, 
and they give his age as 73 years and 4 days, and hers as 74 
yrs., 2 mos., 25 days. Baptisms of their children are in the 
Kaatsbaan church record. 

William seems to have purchased lands in the easterly part of 
Greene County, as early as i797. 22 ^ 

Children of William and Maria Wynkoop : 

221 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book N, p. 363. 

222 Henry Brace, of New York City. 

223 12 Johns Rep. N. Y. Reports, p. 222, 1815. 



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567. Elizabeth: b. Nov. 10, 1797: m. John P. Sax. 

568. Alida: b. Sept. 4, 1799: m. John Hover. 

569. Hannah: b. Apl. 23, 1801 : m. Judge Henry Wynkoop [552]. 

570. Cornelia, or Eleanor: b. Nov. 13, 1806: m. Egbert P. 
Schoonmaker. 

333. Sarah Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born August 19, 1775, baptized September 6: mar- 
ried June 7, or July 2, 1794, Kaatsbaan church, Merchant Law- 
rence, widower, born February 1, 1768, died March 16, 183 1, son 
of Uriah and Joanna (Kelly) Lawrence, the former of Ancram. 
Merchant was from Connecticut, and settled in Greene County, 
N. Y. 224 

Children of Merchant and Sarah Lawrence: 

571. Maria Lawrence: b. Feb. 18, 1795: d. Sept. 2, 181 5. 

572. Tjerck ("Clark,") Lawrence, b. Mch. 12, 1797: d. Sept. 25, 
1843 : m. Oct. 5, 1820, Hannah Sax,b. Aug. 12, 1800, d. Mch. 
27, 1881, daughter of Frederick and Maria (Dederick) Sax. 

573. Evert Wynkoop Lawrence: b. Jan. 9, 1799: m. Jan. 17, 
1827, Eliza Van Wagenen. 

574. Anna Lawrence: b. Dec. 19, 1800: d. Mch. 2, 1832: rn. 
Sept. 25, 1822, Henry Myer. 

575. Roswell Lawrence: b. Dec. 6, 1803: m. Nov. 11, 1832, 
Catharine Brett, b. Sept. 11, 1816, daughter of Peter Brett. 

576. Sarepta Lawrence: b. Nov. 23, 1804: m. Dec. 30, 1827, 
William F. Myer. 

577. Lomira Lawrence: b. Mch. 29, 1806: m. Nov. 24, 1831, 
Stoddard Hammond. 

578. Horatio Lawrence: b. Jan. 4, 1808: d. Apl. 18, 1866: m. 
Dec. 24, 1839, Mary Townsend. 

579. Marilla A. Lawrence: b. Apl. 13, 1810: m. Oct. 28, 1830, 
Henry F. Wickes. 

580. Chauncey M. Lawrence: b. Jan. 15, 1813. 

581. Lewis C. Lawrence: b. Feb. 4, 1821: d. Sept. 25, i843. 22 s 

334. Leah Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) baptized October 5, 1777, Kaatsbaan church: married 
Roswell Lawrence, half-brother of Merchant [333]. 

22 4 Merchant's first wife was Anna Neeley.m. Dec. 19, 1790, died June 17, 
1793. She had one child, Neeley Lawrence, b. June 5, 1793, m., May 21, 
181 5, Caty, daughter of William Wall. Henry Brace. 

22 5 Family Bible of Roswell Lawrence [575], per Henry Brace. 



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Children of Roswell and Leah Lawrence : 

582. Wynkoop Lawrence: lived in Chemung County, N. Y. 

583. Albert Lawrence: m., ist, Myer; m., 2d, Margaret 

Britt, granddaughter of Peter and Leah [Wynkoop] Britt 
[139]. They lived in Ontario County, N. Y. 

584. Lewis Lawrence: m. Margaret Peck, daughter of Benjamin 
and Jane (Britt) Peck [344]. 

585. Maria Lawrence: m. Henry Wells. They lived in Newtown, 
eight miles from Elmira, N. Y. 

335. Tobias Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized May 3, 1780, Kaatsbaan church: mar- 
ried, 1 st, Maria Suydam, commonly known as Polly; married, 
2d, Elizabeth Van Steenberg, a widow. They lived in Sauger- 
ties. Baptisms of the children are in the Kaatsbaan church record. 

Children of Tobias and Wynkoop : 

586. John Suydam: b. Oct. 14, 1814: m. Anne Perkins. 

587. Eliza: b. Nov. 24, 1816: m. William King. 

336. Evert Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized November 7, 1784, Kaatsbaan church: 
died March 2, 1855: married Maria Allen, who died December 
29, 1872, aged 82 years, 7 months. Her name is Polly Allen on 
her tombstone, and that, as well as her husband's, is in a Wyn- 
koop burying-ground, on the road south of Britt' s, and west of 
Palenville. She was living in Palenville, a short time before her 
death. Evert's last will was dated January 24, 1845, and 
proved May 14, 1855. 226 Baptismal records of the children are 
in the Kaatsbaan church. 

Children of Evert and Maria Wynkoop : 

588. Hezekiah Allen: b. July 20, 1810: m. Hannah Low 

589. Orlando Lawrence: bp. Nov. 5, 181 1: d. July 28, 1818; 
buried in Wynkoop grave-yard near Palenville. 

590. Merchant Thomas: b. Sept. 22, 1813: d. Feb. 14, 1855, in 
California, unmarried. 

591. Ida Carolyn: b. Feb. 21, 181 5: m. Giles Griffin. 

592. Delia: b. Jan. 10, 1818: d. Aug. 8, 1888, at Saxton, Ulster 
Co., N. Y. 

593. Tobias: b. Dec. 1, 181 9: m. Ella McKeene. 

594. Evert. He was in California, in 1864. 

595. Cornelia: m. Samuel Griffin. 

226 Record of Wills, Kingston, Book N, p. 245. 



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596. George P.: m. Dec. 12, 1867, Mary Godwin, of Palenville. 

597. Allen W. : lived in Palenville. 

598. Elizabeth: lived in the same place. 

599. Mariette: b. Oct. 23, 1812: d. Nov. 28, 1838. 

350. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Tobias 141, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born December 16, 1781, baptized December 23, 
Kaatsbaan church: died February 27, i860 22 ?: married Alida 
Sharp, his cousin. They lived and died in Ulster County, N. Y., 
and the baptisms of their children are recorded in the Kaatsbaan 
church. 

Children of Cornelius and Alida Wynkoop : 

600. John Lawrence: b. Nov. 11, 1808: d. Dec. 25, 1848, aged 

40, I, 20. 22 7 

601. Tobias Augustus: b. Aug. 23, 1812: d. Nov. 28, 1838. 22 ; 7 

602. Alida Catalina: b. Mch. 3, 1816: m. Garret Nelson Abeel. 

351. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Tobias 141, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) baptized November 7, 1784, "Neeltje," Kaatsbaan 
church: died January 27, i860, aged 75 228 : married, January 19, 
181 1, John Kiersted, born February 24, 1786, died December 3, 
1862, aged 76 yrs., 9 mos., 228 son of Christopher and Leah (Du 
Bois) Kiersted. She was commonly known as Nelly. 

Children of John and Cornelia Kiersted: 

603. John Kiersted: b. Feb. 8, 1813: m., Oct. 1, 1850, Maria 
A. Lockwood, daughter of Thomas S., of Newburgh, 
N. Y. 

604. Wynkoop Kiersted: b. May 18, 181 8. 

605. James Kiersted: b. Dec. 2, 182 1. 

606. Tobias Kiersted. (?) 

353. Anne Wynkoop, (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born October 26, 1784, " Antje" — known also as Nancy: 
married November 2, 1802, Catskill, N. Y., William Fiero. He 
survived her, and was living, in 1867. 

Children of William and Anne Fiero: 

607. Magdalene Fiero: b. Feb. 7, 1806, bp. Mch. 23, Catskill: 
m., Apl. 5, 1825, Philip Edington. 

608. Caroline Fiero: b. Feb. 24, 1811: m. Nov. 13, 1832, James 
C. Henderson. 

609. Peter Fiero: b. Nov. 12, 1814: d. June 20, 1816. 

22 7 Order book of I. N. Baldwin, stonecutter, Catskill, per Henry Brace. 

228 Grave-yard at Saugerties. 



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354. Leah Wynkoop, (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born December 7, 1786: died December 3, 1847: 
married Abram Post, who was living, in 1867, aged 84 years. 

Children of Abram and Leah Post : 

610. Magdalena Post. 

611. Abraham Post: b. Aug. 5, 1810: m. Eliza Blossom. They 
lived in Dunder, Yates Co., N. Y.; and had 5 children. 

612. John Post: m. Adelaide Schoonmaker, of New York City. 
They lived at Flint Creek, Ontario Co., N. Y.; and had 2 
children. 

613. Peter Post. 

356. Caroline Wynkoop, (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born October 15, 1792: died January 21, 1841: 
married Thomas Waugh. 

Children of Thomas and Caroline Waugh: 

614. Ira Waugh: b. Apl. 26, 181 2. 

615. John Waugh: b. Jan. 16, 181 5. 

616. Peter Waugh: b. Sept. 26, 1818: d. Jan., 1898: m. Emily 
A. Wooten, of Chattahoochee, Flor., who d. 1899. ^ n 1867 , 
he was proprietor of the Mount Eagle Hotel, Saratoga. He 
left no descendant. 

617. Adeline Waugh : b. Sept. 24, 1820: d. July 31, 1852. 

618. Catharine Waugh: b. Sept. 26, 1822: m. John Brockle- 
bank. 

619. Hiel Waugh: b. Apl. 30, 1825: m. Olivia Rider, of Georgia, 
and lived in that State. 

620. James Waugh: b. Mch. 7, 1829: d. Mch. 18, 1830. 

358. Tobias Wynkoop, (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born July 13 or 18, 1797, Kaatsbaan church: married 
Eleanor Welsh, who died in 1866. They lived in Illinois. He 
removed to Georgia, in the autumn of 1868. 

Children of Tobias and Eleanor Wynkoop : 

621. Adam. 

622. Elizabeth. 

623. Caroline. She m. E S. Terry, of Chicago. 

624. Peter. 

625. William. 

626. Alburtus. 

627. Valentine. 

359. Adam Wynkoop, (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 



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nelius i ,) born July 5, 1800 : married Marion Childs. They lived 
in Ontario County, N. Y. 

Children of Adam and Marion Wynkoop : 

628. Cora: m. Smith. They lived in Salem, Oregon. She 

was a graduate of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, N. Y. 

629. Desire. She also was a graduate of the Deaf and Dumb 
Institute, New York City. 

630. John H. He lived in Acadia, Wayne Co., N. Y. 

362. John Wynkoop,. (Petrus 142, Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born December 10, 1804, Catskill, N. Y. : died October 
9, 1866: married, April 18, 1829, Elizabeth Spann [Spaan?], born 
January 18, 1808, Albany County, N. Y. He was taken by his 
parents to Seneca, Ontario County, N. Y. ; where he had, after- 
wards, a plantation of two hundred acres. 

Children of John and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

631. Alonzo: b. May 20, 1831: m. Catharine Miller. 

632. Annie M.; b. May 27, 1833: m. Sept. 9, 1863, Cornelius 
Van Vranken. They lived at Niscayuna, Schenectady Co., 
N. Y. 

633. Emeline: b. June 14, 1836: m. Gould Birdseye. 

634. Sarah: b. Sept. 30, 1838: d. Dec. 19, 1846. 

635. Bradley: b. May 12, 1841. He was admitted to the Bar, 
of the State of New York, in 187 1, and has lived, ever since, 
at Canandaigua, N. Y., where he is a member of the firm 
of Wynkoop & Rice. He had lived previously, at Gorham, 
N. Y. From him the compiler received much information. 
He married 1st, Margaret Harbon, who died Aug. 3, 1889: 
and, 2d, May 16, 1898, Edith Hayton: but has no child. 

636. Elizabeth S. : b. Apl. 20, 1844: m., in May, 1866, Lucius T. 
Dunham. She is deceased. 

637. Charles Augustus: b. Oct. 7, 1850: d. Nov. 25, 1851. 

364. Isaac Wynkoop, (John 144, Cornelius 44, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born August 1, 1759, baptized September 23, Abington, 
Penn. : died March 18, 1825 : married Rachel Van Cleve, of New 
Jersey. 

Child of Isaac and Rachel Wynkoop : 

638. Anne: bp. Sept. 19, 1795: m. Jan. 15, 1814, Isaac Van 
Cleve, Abington church, Penn. The record is reported to 
be " Vom Cluer" — perhaps it is Van C I e ur . 

365. Cornelius Wynkoop, (John 144, Cornelius 44, Gerret 5, 



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Cornelius i,) born June 18, 1762: died about 1843-44: married 
January 25, 1787, Margaret Fulton, of Montgomery County, 
Penn. , whose mother was a Yerkes. Cornelius lived at Moreland, 
Penn. 

Child of Cornelius and Margaret Wynkoop : 

639. Catharine: b. about 1790: m. John Newell. 

366. Abraham Wynkoop, (John 144, Cornelius 44, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1,) born April 7, 1765, baptized May 26, Abington 
church, Penn.: died March 23, 1841 : married Ruth Hayr. 
They removed to the neighborhood of Lockport, N. Y. The 
children lived there, except Jane. 

Children of Abraham and Rtith Wynkoop : 

640. Charles: m. Sarah Anne Buchanan. 

641. Jane: lived in Ohio. 

642. Julia. 

643. Daniel. 

644. Joel. 

370. John Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born April 6, 1766: died August 20, 1813: married 
Anna Feaster, born February 4, 1766, died in 1803. 

Children of John and Anna Wynkoop : 

645. Gerardus: b. Feb. 10, 1787: d. about 1871, in Frankford, 
Philadelphia County, Penn. 

646. David: b. Dec. 7, 1788: m. Emma Morgan. 

647. Isaac: b. Feb. 16, 1791: m. Anne Winder. 

648. Maria F. : b. Apl. 16, 1793: d. Dec. 23, 1800. 

649. Elizabeth: b. Apl. 8, 1795: d. aged about 20 years. 

650. John: b. Aug. 13, 1800: d. Dec. 13, 1800. 

651. Anna Maria: b. May 4, 1802: d. Aug. 15, 1802. 

371. Isaac Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1 :) married, 1st, Phoebe Jones; married, 2d, Rebecca 
Brit ton. 

He served in the Revolutionary army, and was taken a prisoner 
at New York : and after enduring starvation and other suffering, 
he reached his father's house, reduced almost to a skeleton. 

He lived near Trenton, N. J. ; and died there. 

Children of Isaac and Phcebe Wynkoop : 

652. Isaac: m. 1st, Rachel Hunt; m., 2d, Maria Scudder. 

653. Joshua: m. Catharine Anderson. 

654. Mary, who d. Nov. 8, 1842: m. Ralph Lanning. 



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Child of Isaac and Rebecca Wynkoop : 

655. Stephen Rose. 

372. Gerrit Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1 :) died in middle age, of consumption: married Anne 
Strickland, who died in 1833, aged 69, daughter of Miles Strick- 
land, of Bucks County, Penn., of English parentage. 

Gerrit 's father gave to him a plantation, in Penn's Valley, 
Centre County, Penn., which he occupied until his death. 
Children of Gerrit and Anne Wynkoop : 

656. Elizabeth ("Betsey"): b. Mch. 20, 1787: m. Elias Gilky- 
son. 

657. Strickland: b. May 15, 1789: m., 1st, Martha Egbert, of 
Huntington County, Penn., who died about 1831, through 
her clothing taking fire. He m., 2d, about 1833, Eliza 
Sandy. 

He settled in Huntington County; but a few years 
later, he removed to Columbus, Ohio, which was then a 
mere hamlet. He removed from Columbus to its vicinity, 
soon after the death of his first wife, and there he raised a 
family; after which he removed to Wapello, Mich. There 
his second wife died, and he returned to Ohio, and lived 
with his children. Four of his sons were in the Union army. 

658. Phcebe: b. Sept. 4, 1791; m. Samuel Gilkyson. After his 
death, she lived with her daughter, in Camden, N. J. 

659. Sarah: b. May 17, 1795: m. Edward C. Corbett. 

660. Gerardus: who died in infancy. 

661. John: d. Aug., i860: m. Elizabeth Corbett. 

662. Miles: b. July 14, 1802 : reported to have died near Natchez. 
He kept house with his mother, after the marriage of his 
sisters, and until the death of his mother. He is spoken of, 
in the family, as one of the handsomest men in Columbus. 
He went South ; and correspondence with him was kept up 
for several years. 

663. Mary Anne: b. June 20, 1806: m. Joseph O'Harra. 

664. Susan: b. June 3, 1808: m. Amos Meneley. 

373. Matthew Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1 :) married Thomasine Stockholm. 

Children of Matthew and Thomasine Wynkoop: 

665. Matthew B.: m., 1st, Elizabeth Work; m., 2d, Mary Van 
Lear. 



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666. George S.: d. about 1845: m, Mary Melo Callum. 

667. Gerardus: d. in July, i860: m. Nancy Farrell. 

668. David: m. Jane McCune. 

669. John: b. Aug. 3, 1804: m. Jane Mosgrove. 

670. Eliza R. : m. William Martin. 

671. William: m. Mary Smouse. 

672. Henry T. : m. Beulah Clark, of Centre County, Penn. They 
lived at Plumville, Indiana County. 

673. Maria T. : m. Samuel Potts, of Plumville; and had three 
children. 

374, David Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45 , Gerret 5 , Cor- 
nelius 1 :) married, 1st, Anne McNair; m., 2d, Mary Van Horn. 
He was a planter. 

He represented Bucks County, in the legislature of Pennsyl- 
vania, for six or seven consecutive years. 
Children of David and Anne Wynkoop : 

674. Elizabeth: b. Dec. 12, 1798. 

675. James: b. Oct. 17, 1800: m. Mary Wood. 

676. Martha: b. Aug. 14, 1802: m., Feb. 24, 1825, Nathan H. 
Seymour, from Connecticut, who died in 1863. He was a 
merchant, at Newark, Ohio. 

677. Stephen Rose, Rev.: b. Nov. 24, 1806: m. Aurelia Mills. 

678. Henry: b. Jan. 16, 1809: m. Lydia Cornell. 

679. Charles: b. Apl. 30, 1811: m., Mch., 1832, Mary Magee. 
He was a planter, at Granville, Ohio. 

680. Mary Anne: b. Jan. 9, 181 5: m., in 1837, Daniel Fowler, 
of Licking Co., Ohio. They lived in Jasper Co., Iowa. 

375. William Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1,) born June 25, 1778: died July 8, 1833: married, 
April 13, 1 80 1, Mary Langstroth. 

Children of William and Mary Wynkoop : 

681. Thomas Langstroth: b. Jan. 18, 1802: m. Elizabeth Tor- 
bert. 

682. Gerardus: b. May 6, 1803: m., 1st, Matilda McNair; m., 
2d, Isabella Craven. 

683. Elizabeth Rose: b. Jan. 23, 1805: d. in 1862: m. Charles 
McNair. They settled in Michigan; and had six children, 
of whom five died young. 

684. Catharine: b. Sept. 24, 1806: m. James B. McNair, M.D. 

685. Susannah: b. Mch. 26, 1808: d. Apl. 28, 1832. 



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686. Christopher Langstroth: b. Sept. 2, 18 10: m. Catharine 
Maria Wyckoff. 

687. Margaret Fassitt: b. May 8, 181 2: m. Nov. 26, 1836, 
Absalom P. Cook, a planter in Bucks Co., Penn. They had 
five children. 

688. Anna Maria: b. Nov. 12, 1814: m., Feb., 1838, Nathaniel 
Irvin Rubinkham. They lived in Bucks Co., and had 
seven children. One of them was Rev. N. I. Rubinkham, 
pastor in Philadelphia, Jamestown, N. Y., and Chicago. An 
other is G. W. Rubinkham, elder of the Neshaminy Pres- 
byterian church. 

689. Susan: b. Aug. 8, 1816: d. Oct. 7, 1822. 

690. Mary Frances: b. May 4, 1818: d. Sept. 4, 1834. 

691. Caroline: b. May 9, 1821: m. John Divine. They settled 
in Michigan, and had five children. 

376. Susan Wynkoop, (Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1 :) married Rev. David Wiley, of the Presbyterian 
church, of Georgetown, D. C. 

Children of Rev. David and Susan (W.) Wiley: 

692. Susan Wiley: m. Isaac Baker. 

693. Caroline Wiley: m. John Gulick. 

694. David Wiley: m. Elizabeth Welling. 

378. Elizabeth W}mkoop, (Adrian 154, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 

Cornelius 1 :) married Lucas, and settled in Stephenson 

County, 111. 

Children of and Elizabeth (W.) Lucas: 

695. Adrian Lucas: a planter. 

696. William Lucas: also a planter. 

379. Sarah Wynkoop, (Adrian 154, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1 :) married Jones, and settled in Jefferson County, 

West Virginia. 

Children of and Sarah (W.) Jones: 

697. Adrian Jones: lived in Jefferson Co. 

698. Mary Jones: m. Joseph Randall, and lived in the same 
County. 

699. Sarah Jones: m. William Kearney, and lived in Jefferson 
County. 

380. Hannah Wynkoop, (Adrian 154, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1 :) married William Lemon, a planter, and lived in 
Berkeley County, West Virginia, and died there. 



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Children of William and Hannah Lemon : 

700. Adrian Lemon. 

701. Sarah Lemon. 

702. Margaret Lemon. 

381. Garrett Wynkoop, (Adrian 154, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1 :) married Sarah Martin, of Bucks County, Penn. He 
settled in what is now Berkeley County, West Va., but which 
was then a part of Frederick County, Va., and he had a plantation 
adjoining that of his father. 

Children of Garrett and Sarah Wynkoop : 

703. Adrian. He studied law in Martinsburg, West Va., and 
practised in Piketon, Ohio. He m. in Ohio. 

704. William: m. Elizabeth Van Metre. He was a planter in 
Clinton Co., Ind. 

705. Margaret: m. Nathan Hendricks. He was a planter in 
Jefferson Co., W. Va. ; and in Indiana, afterwards. 

706. Elizabeth. She died in her 18th year. 

707. Jephthah: d. about 3 years old. 

708. Mary: m. George Randell, a planter in Jefferson County. 
She died there, and the husband and children removed to 
Missouri. 

709. John: m. Margaret Piper, in Illinois. He removed thence 
to Missouri; and thence to Macoupin Co., 111. He was a 
planter. 

710. Garret: m. Julia Adelaide Mountz. 

390. Christina Wynkoop, , (Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born August 18, 1763 : died April or May 
18, 1841, in Abington, Penn.: married, April 20, 1786, Reading 
Beattie, M.D., born December 23, 1757, died, Newtown, Penn., 
October 29, 183 1. A letter to Dr. Beattie is given under Judge 
Henry [157]. She survived her husband. For nearly fifty years, 
she was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church, at 
Newtown, Penn.; and she was a warm and liberal supporter of 
the activities of the church ; and she was especially interested in 
foreign missions. 

Rev. Charles Beattie was born in County Antrim, Ireland, 
about 1 7 15 probably, son of John and Christiana (Clinton) 
Beattie; and he was brought by his widowed mother to that 
part of Ulster County, N. Y., which is now Orange County. She 
came with her brother, Charles Clinton, whose son, Gen'l George 



102 t Wynkoop Genealogy 

Clinton, is mentioned under Dirck [292], and Jacobus [167]. 
An other son was Col. James Clinton, also mentioned herein. 
This Charles Beattie became a Presbyterian minister, and was 
settled as pastor, at the Forks of the Neshaminy, Penn. His 
wife was Anne, daughter of John Reading, who was afterwards 
Governor of New Jersey. Their seventh child was Reading 
Beattie, M.D. He enlisted in the Revolutionary army, as a 
private soldier, but was immediately appointed sergeant. He 
was commissioned, August 10, 1775, ensign of the 5th Penn. 
Battalion, Col. Robert Magaw. He became lieutenant, February 
2, 1776, and, in the course of the campaign, he commanded the 
company, because of the captain's sickness. He was taken 
prisoner, November 16, 1776, at the capture of Fort Washing- 
ton; and, at first, was treated with great harshness. He was 
exchanged, May 8, 1778, and he then studied medicine. He at- 
tended the sick, at Morristown, 1778-79: and he was commis- 
sioned surgeon, November 8, 1779, of the nth Penn. Regiment. 
He was commissioned surgeon, February 10, 1781, of a regiment 
of artillery, Col. Proctor; and he so remained until the close of 
the war. He settled at Red Hill, Nockamixon township, Bucks 
County, Penn., where he remained for two or three years, living 
at Erwinna, a picturesque situation on the bank of the Delaware. 
In 1788, he removed to a settlement of Friends, in the vicinity of 
Falsington, where he lived for forty years. He was a ruling 
elder in the Presbyterian church, at Newtown, five miles distant. 
In 1828, he retired from practice, and settled in Newtown. 22 ^ 
Children of Dr. Reading and Christina (W.) Beattie: 

711. Anne Beattie: b. Jan. 27, 1787: d. May 23, 1787. 

712. Anne Beattie: b. Sept. 18, 1788: m. Rev. Alexander Boyd. 

713. Henry Wynkoop Beattie: b. Apl. 10, 179 1: d. Dec. 7, 1807, 
of brain fever. 

714. Charles Clinton Beattie: b. Aug. 27, 1793: m. Rebecca 
Vanuxem. 

715. Susannah Beattie: b. Aug. 14, 1795: d. Oct. 25, 1872, of 
paralysis. After her father's death, she lived for two years 
with her brother John; afterwards, with her sister, Mrs. 
Steel. 

716. Mary Beattie: b. Jan. 6, 1798: m. Rev. Robert Steel. 

22 9 Record of the Family of Charles Beatty, Steubenville, O., 1873: Mrs. 
Mary B. Harvey. 



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717. John Beattie: b. May 13, 1800: m., 1st, Emily P. Moore; 
m., 2d, Mary Asheton Henry. 

718. Sarah Beattie: b. Mch. 27, 1802: d. July 15, 1835: m., 
Oct., 1834, Rev. Henry R. Wilson. They went immediately 
to the field of their labor, as missionaries to the Choctaw 
Indians, southwest of Arkansas; where Mrs. Wilson died 
of a local fever. 22 ^ 

391. Anne Wynkoop, (Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 
5, Cornelius i,) born October 18, 1765: died July 23, 181 5: mar- 
ried, August 7, 1790, James Raguet. 230 

Children of James and Anne (W.) Raguet: 

719. James Raguet: m. July 14, 1821, Margaretta Thompson, 
daughter of Samuel, of Zanesville, Ohio. They removed to 
Steubenville, O., and thence to Wisconsin. They had 
several sons and daughters. 

720. Henry Raguet: m. Marcia A. Towers. 

721. Claudine Raguet. 

393. Nicholas Wynkoop, M.D., (Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 
46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born March 25, 1770; died March 30, 
181 5: married, 1st, April 11, 1793, Francenia Murray, who died 
about 1799, eldest daughter of Gen'l Francis and Martha (Gam- 
ble) Murray. Nicholas married, 2d, October 21, 1802, Christ 
Church, Phil., Sarah Campbell, who died August 21, 1837, 
daughter of George and Helen (Donaldson) Campbell. Mr. 
Campbell was Recorder of Deeds, Philadelphia. 

Nicholas practised medicine in Northampton, Bucks Co., and 
in Philadelphia; and, for some years, in Brookeville, Montgomery 
County, Md., where he died. He was buried at Sandy Spring 
meeting house. 

A deed, from him to his father, is recorded in the Register's 
office, New York, Liber 49, p. 60. 

Children of Dr. Nicholas and Francenia Wynkoop : 

722. John Wanshaer: b. Sept. 9, 1794: m. Angeline C. Estill. 

723. Francis Murray: b. in 1796: d., unmarried, at Saratoga, 
during the War of 181 2, holding a commission in the 
army. 

Children of Dr. Nicholas and Sarah Wynkoop : 

230 Raguet's nephew, Conde" Raguet, b. Jan. 28, 1784, d. Mch. 22, 1842, 
in Philadelphia, was a successful merchant there and in Rio de Janeiro, 
and a writer of some note, as an advocate of free trade. 



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724. Henry: b. Feb. 23, 1804: m., 1st, Elizabeth Estill; m., 2d, 
Catharine Alexander Snell. 

725. George Campbell, Gen'l: b. Feb. 27, 1806: m. Mary Walker. 

726. Mary Helen: b. June 16, 1810: m. Samuel C. Radford. 

727. Edward Donaldson: b. Apl. 12, 1812: d. Jan. 4, 1830. 

728. Sarah Francenia: b. Apl. 13, 1813: m. Charles W. Elliott. 

396. Jonathan Wynkoop, (Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born June 21, 1776: died February 21, 
1842, in Newtown village. He lived for some years with his 
sister Margaretta. He married, April 27, 1809, Anne Dick, 
daughter of Campbell and Margaret (Ledley) Dick, who died 
December 20, 1832, in the 46th year of her age. He built and 
occupied a house in Newtown village, where his children, Mary, 
Anne, Isabella, and Helen, lived with him. 

His wife was a small woman, with dark hair and eyes. She is 
described as an exemplary Christian, and as well-versed in 
theology. 2 3 x 

Children of Jonathan and Anne Wynkoop : 

729. Margaret Ledley: b. Apl. 18, 1810: m. Rev. Dr. James C. 
Watson. 

730. Mary: b. Oct. 11, 181 1: d. Sept. 24, 1874: unmarried: 
lived in Trenton, N.J. 

731. Anne Raguet: b. Apl. 16, 1813: d., at Kingston, N. J., May 
27, 1853: unmarried. 

732. Henry: b. Oct. 14, 1814: d. Aug. 23, 1838: unmarried. 

733. Susan: b. Oct. 1, 1816: m. Rev. Luther H. Van Doren. 

734. Isabella Meredith: b. July 26, 1821: m. Rev. Winthrop 
Bailey. 

735. Helen: b. Oct. 29, 1823: d. Apl. 29, 1875: unmarried. 

397. Susannah Wynkoop, (Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born April 11, 1784: died March 2, 1849: 
married, October 13, 1808, Jan Leflerts, born November 10, 
1779, baptized December 9, Northampton, died January 14, 1859, 
son of Arthur and Adriana (Van Arsdalen) Lefferts. 232 They 
removed, in April, 1828, from Holland, Penn., to Lodi, Seneca 
County, N. Y. 

Children of Jan and Susannah Leflerts: 

736. Sarah W. Leflerts: b. Aug. 19, 1809: m., Dec. 10, 1829, 

23i Mrs. Isabella M. (Wynkoop) Bailey [734]- 
232 Lefferts Genealogy, 1878, p. 118. 



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at Lodi, N. Y., William H. Montgomery. They lived in 
Hudson, Mich. 2 * 2 

737. Elizabeth V. Lefferts: b. Feb. 20, 1811: m., Apl. 30, 1837, 
in Lodi, Isaac Covert, who d. May 10, f869. They lived in 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

738. Henry Wynkoop Lefferts: b. Feb. 16, 181 3: d. May 23, 
1870: m., Apl. 11, 1838 (?), in Ewing, N. J., Matilda M. 
Reeder, daughter of Amos. 

739. Edward V. Lefferts: b. Sept. 8, 1815: m., June 11, 1850, in 
Lodi, Mary Went worth. They lived in Geneva, N. Y. 

740. James L. Lefferts: b. Apl. 27, 1817: in., May 15, 1854, in 
San Francisco, Cal., Margaret Ross, of Philadelphia. They 
lived in Pittsburg, Penn. 

741. Reading Beattie Lefferts: b. Mch. 10, 1822: m., Dec. 3, 
1850, in Lodi, Elizabeth Barden. They lived in Penn Yan, 
N. Y. 

742. Mary Helen Wirtz Lefferts: b. Feb. 2, 1825: m., 1st, June 
4, 1845, John B. Clarkson, who d. Mch. 10, 1857; m., 2d, 
May 21, i860, Levi Headley Owen, of Trumansburg, N. Y. 

743. Worth Lefferts: b. Feb. 25, 1828: m., May 31, 1857, in 
Madison, Wis., Clara McKinney. 

411. John Wynkoop, (Philip 166, Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) baptized June 29, 1800: died in 1837: a planter: mar- 
ried, June 14, 1836, Sarah Yerkes, born December 29, 1806, at 
Moreland, Pa., died December 29, 1885, in Philadelphia, daugh- 
ter of Daniel and Esther (Lickens) Yerkes. 

Child of John and Sarah Wynkoop : 
743A. Franklin: b. Nov. 17, 1836: m. Emma Skinner 

417. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Capt. Jacobus 167, Cornelius 51, 
Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born March 19, 1758: married, Decem- 
ber 26, 1776, Garret A. Lansing. 

The record of the Dutch church, Albany, has this entry: Re- 
ceived to church membership, on confession, March 5, 1790, 
Elizabeth Wynkoop, wife of "Gerrit A. Lansingh." Births of 
the children are given in First Settlers of Albany County, page 72. 

Children of Garret A. and Elizabeth (W.) Lansing: 

744. Abraham Lansing: b. Dec. 6, 1777: d. in infancy. 

745. Abraham Lansing: b. Jan. 3, 1782: d. in infancy. 

746. James Wynkoop Lansing: b. Apl. 20, 1783: d. in infancy. 

747. Gerrit Lansing: b. July 20, 1785. 



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748. Alida Lansing: b. Jan. 19, 1787. 

749. Elizabeth Lansing: b. Dec. 30, 1788. 

750. James Lansing: b. Apl. 2, 1791. 

751. Abraham Lansing: b. Feb. 10, 1793. 

752. Cornelia Lansing: b. Sept. 10, 1794, bp. Dec. 25. 

753. John Lansing: b. Mch. 10, 1797. 

754. Robert Lansing: b. May 6, 1800. 

755. Sarah Lansing: b. Sept., 1802. 

420. James Wynkoop, (Capt. Jacobus 167, Cornelius 51, 
Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born March 9, 1769: died January 
21, 1821: married, February 11, 1791, Catalina Dunbar, born 
November 28, 1770, in Albany, died June 15, 1838. His last 
will was dated October 26, 181 9, recorded February 28, 182 1, 
in the Surrogate's office, Albany, N. Y., Liber 5, p. 257. 

Children of James and Catalina Wynkoop : 

756. James J. : b. Dec. 2, 1791 : d. Apl. 25, 1843, in Albany, un- 
married. He was deputy county clerk, in 1808, 18 10, 
181 1. In the War of 181 2, he was a lieutenant. 

757. William: b. Apl. 29, 1794: d. Feb. 2, 1796. 

758. John Henry Myers: b. Sept. 10, 1796: d., on a war vessel 
bound for Curacao, aged about 47 years, unmarried. He 
was an ensign in the War of 1 8 1 2 . 

759. Elizabeth: b. Feb. 17, 1799: m., Mch. 12, 1818, 2d Dutch 
ch., Kingston, N. Y., Riley Bartholomew. 

760. Alida: b. Aug. 31, 1801: m. James C. Ferris. 

761. Sarah: b. Apl. 21, 1804: d. Aug. 23, 1805. 

762. Sarah: b. Aug. 25, 1806: m. Samuel S. Wood. 

763. William D.: b. Feb. 1, 1809: d. Aug. 21, 1852: m. Mary 
Roosa — pronounced Rosa. This family name is sometimes 
written Roser. 

764. Robert Dunbar: b. Aug. 1, 181 1: m. Almira Augusta 
Rollins. 

431. Abraham Wynkoop, (Benjamin 175, Abraham 52, Benja- 
min 8, Cornelius 1,) born June 1, 1782: died January 25, 1852: 
married, March 28, 1807, Hannah Norman, daughter of Joseph. 

Children of Abraham and Hannah Wynkoop: 

765. Benjamin Norman: d. Aug. 16, 1857 : m. Rachel W. Monge. 

766. Joseph Pilmore: b. Dec. 15, 1811: m. Matilda Charlotte 
Baird. 

767. Alfred, M.D.: b. Apl. 3, 1825: m. Helen K. Crispin. 



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768. Almira Anne: b. May 15, 1831. 

769. Francis: b. June 10, 1833. 

434. Mary Wynkoop, (Abram 176, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, 
Cornelius 1 :) married, in 1805, Richard Davis, of Cecil, Md., who 
died in 1809. 

Mr. Davis was married three times: 1st, when about 19 years 
old, Elizabeth Stockton, widow of John Davis; 2d, Mary Wyn- 
koop; 3d, Matilda Tod, cousin to Mary. 

Children of Richard and Mary (W.) Davis: 

770. Caroline Davis: d. in 1847: m. Thomas Tennant. 

771. Mary Matilda Davis: b. about 1809: d. Feb. 28, 1888, un- 
married. "She cared nobly for her sister's children, after 
the death of her sister." 

435. Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop, (Abram 176, Abraham 52, Ben- 
jamin 8, Cornelius 1,) 1st Lieut, of Marines: born about 1775: 
died in 1800. His signature appears as Dyre S. Wynkoop. 

His first name was the family name of his paternal grand- 
mother, and his second the family name of his mother. He was 
maintained and educated by Nicholas Hammond, at Cambridge 
and Easton, Md., after the death of his father. Hammond was 
related through his grandmother, Mary Dyer, who married 1st, a 
Hammond, 2d, Abraham Wynkoop. 2 ^ 

Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop was appointed First Lieutenant in the 
U. S. Marine Corps, November 16, 1798, on its re-organization. 
Two official letters from him are in existence; the first written 
at Dover, Del., August 19, 1798; and the other on board the 
U. S. brig General Pinckney — at sea, December 28, 1799, and at 
Charleston, January 10, 1800; each addressed to Maj. W. W. 
Burrows, Commandant U. S. M. C, at that time. They were 
"very well written," and show him to have been a man of good 
education and intelligence. 234 He was lost at sea, with the U. S. 
frigate Insurgente, in July or August, 1800. A portrait of him, in 
his uniform, is in existence, and a copy of it given on p. 108: 

The French frigate L' Insurgente, 40, Capt. Barreault, was cap- 
tured February 9, 1799, by the Constellation, 38, Capt. Thomas 
Truxton, and was taken into St. Kitts. She was one of the 
fastest vessels in the world. In the year following, she was 

23 3 Correspondence of Nicholas Hammond, per Miss Henrietta Maria 
Chamberlaine, of Baltimore, Md. 

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taken into our service, as a 36, Capt. Alexander Murray com- 
manding. [At the close of the eighteenth century, strife existed 
in the West Indies, between France and these United States, 
without a formal declaration of war, growing out of European 
embroilments.] Capt. Murray was transferred to the Constella- 
tion, and the frigate Insurgente was given to Capt. Patrick 




Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop, 1775-1800 
First Lieut., U. S. M. C. 

Fletcher, and in July, 1800, she sailed on a cruise, with instruc- 
tions to keep between longitude 66° and 68°, and to run as far 
south as 3 6° N. L. After this vessel left the Capes of Virginia, 
no authentic accounts of her were received, with the exception 
of a few private letters, sent in through vessels spoken at sea. 
She had been ordered to cruise for a short time, in the longitude 
and latitude mentioned, after which her commander was left at 
liberty to pursue his own discretion, provided he returned to 
Annapolis within eight weeks. 235 

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Wynkoop Genealogy 109 

438. Mary Wynkoop, (Dr. James 177, Abraham 52, Benjamin 
8, Cornelius 1,) born March 10, 1778: died in 1807: married, in 
1807, Isaac Cannell, of Charlestown, Kent County, Md. 

Mr. Cannell had, by an other wife, a son, Wilmer, an importing 
merchant in Philadelphia. 

Child of Isaac and Mary Cannell : 

772. Hester Anne Cannell: b. in 1807. She was living in Phila- 
delphia, unmarried, in 1869. The compiler obtained infor- 
mation through correspondence with her. 

441. Hester Catalina Wynkoop, (Dr. James 177, Abraham 52, 
Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born March 5, 1784: died in 1812: 
married Richard Barroll, of Chestertown, Md. 

Her middle name was written Cathelena, usually; and that of 
her daughter Catholena. The latter suggested that the name 
was Catharina, properly. 

Children of Richard and Hester C. Barroll: 

773. Anna Matilda Barroll: m. Rev. John Payne, b. Jan. 9, 181 5, 
d. Oct. 23, 1874, Westmoreland Co., Va., Episcopal bishop 
at Cape Palmas, in Africa, 1851-1871, and then returned to 
the United States. 

After her death, Bishop Payne married a Miss Winifred — . 

774. Mary Catholena Barroll: m. Edward Johnson, of Balti- 
more. She was living in Jackson, Miss., in 1867. The 
compiler had correspondence with her. 

444. Benjamin Wynkoop, (Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Ben- 
jamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born April 10, 1769: married, September 1, 
1796, Hannah Wynkoop [337]. 

He was apprenticed, to learn the art of the silversmith, to a 
Mr. Whiting, who removed to Savannah, Ga., and took Benja- 
min with him, and there he completed his apprenticeship. 

On the return of Benjamin northward, he was induced, by Maj. 
William Wynkoop, to go to Chemung, to make trinkets for the 
Indians. He was a good watch and clock maker, silversmith, 
and engraver : and the necessities of a new country made him a 
general mechanic. He taught school, and was a good English 
scholar, acquainted with chemistry, mineralogy, geology, and 
natural philosophy ; and he was a land surveyor. He became a 
large operator in land, and was "land poor." 2 ^ 6 

His wife was a daughter of Maj. William Wynkoop [138]. Her 
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descendants have her name Hannah; but the baptismal record 
has it "Annatche." (Heb. Hannah: Lat. Anna.) 
Children of Benjamin and Hannah Wynkoop: 

775. Harriet: b. May 19, 1797: m. Alfred Frye. 

776. Julia Antoinette: b. Apl. 18, 1799: m. William Seaward. 

777. Alonzo Ilus: b. June 17, 1801: m. Phoebe Heermans. 

778. Almira: b. July 19, 1803. 

779. Ninolia Theban: b. Aug. 19, 1805: m. Christiana Moore. 

780. Nile Frost: b. Nov. 9, 1807: m. Sarah Anne Heermans. 

781. Anne: b. Jan. 25, 1810. 

782. Archimedes Burr: b. June 6, 181 2. He was last heard of, 
as in California. 

783. Cornelia Amanda: b. Oct. 6, 1814: m. Daniel James Wat- 
kins. 

784. William Tell: b. May 25, 1817: m. Sarah Jane Booth. 

785. Delia: b. Aug. 29, 1819. 

445. John Wynkoop, (Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 
8, Cornelius 1,) born in Redding, Fairfield County, Conn., Feb- 
ruary 24, 1763, and died there in 1813: m. Esther Griffin. 

His widow removed to Chemung, N. Y., in 1820, and died 
there, in 1835, aged 72 years. 

Children of John and Esther Wynkoop : 

786. Abraham: b. Dec. 4, 1792: m. Elizabeth Ellis. 

787. Grissel: b. in 1796. 

788. John: b. in 1798: m. Sarah Thorp. 

789. Elizabeth: b. about 1800: m. Daniel Gray. 

790. Legrand: b. Sept. 15, 1809: m., 1st, Lucretia T. Conklin; 
m., 2d, Maria Darker. 

446. Gershom Wynkoop, (Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benja- 
min 8, Cornelius 1 :) died in 1831, in Tioga County, Penn. : mar- 
ried Martha McFarlin, called "Patty," born in Newtown, now 
Elmira, N. Y., daughter of William and Elizabeth (Robb) 
McFarlin. 

His widow removed to the neighborhood of Rochester, Monroe 
County, N. Y. She married, 2d, Cornelius Conant, who died in 
1856. He had lived on land at Therington, N. Y. 

Children of Gershom and Martha Wynkoop : 

791. Elizabeth: b. May 3, 1814: m. Gardner William Spencer. 

792. William: who died aged 9 months. 

793. Peter: b. Oct. 9, 181 6: d. July 25, 1843, unmarried. 



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794. Alice Preston: b. Aug. 27, 1818: m. Cyrus Gates. 

795. Delia: b. Feb. 10, 1821: m. Patrick McCormack. 

796. Grissel Anne: b. Aug. 3, 1823. She lived at Webster, Mon- 
roe Co., N. Y., unmarried. 

797. Julia Miranda: b. Apl. 27, 1825: m. William Robert Gray. 

798. Hannah Jerusha: b. May 14, 1827: d. Apl. 13, 1853: m., 
Jan. 1, 1846, Ebenezer Pierce, son of Seth and Abigail 
(Scribner) Pierce. 

Her husband and her only child were buried on the same 
day, about 1850. 

799. Encie Jane: b. Apl. 7, 1829: m. Cullen Townsend Gillett. 

448. Grissel Wynkoop, (Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benja- 
min 8, Cornelius 1,) born at Fairfield, Conn., August 12, 1760: 
married Hurd. Her name is the same as Griselda. 

Child of and Grissel (W.) Hurd: 

800. Delia Hurd: m. Chauncey Wilcox. She survived him, and 
lived in Waverly, N. Y. 

449. Anne Wynkoop, (Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 
8, Cornelius 1,) born at Fairfield, Conn., December 15, 1756: mar- 
ried . She had two daughters, one of whom married a 

Mr. Barker, and lived for many years in New York City. 

Children of and Anne (W.) . 

801. Harriet . 

802. Mary Anne . 



451. Peter Silvester Wynkoop, Rev., (John C. 205, Capt. Cor- 
nelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) bap- 
tized March 22, 1787, Kinderhoek: died November 1, 1848, in 
Hudson, N. Y. : married, December 12, 1814, Margaret W. Gos- 
man, daughter of Robert Gosman, and sister of Rev. Dr. John 
Gosman. 

Peter was graduated from Union College, in 1807, and studied 
law in the office of his uncle, Judge Silvester, in Kinderhoek, and 
began the practice of his profession, in 1810. But he abandoned 
that profession, and entered the theological seminary at New 
Brunswick, and was licensed by the classis of New Brunswick, 
in 1813: was assistant of Vredenburgh, at Raritan, 1813-14: 
pastor at Catskill, 1814-17: Hyde Park (Staatsburgh), 1817-20: 
Hyde Park and Pleasant Plain, 1820-22: Ghent, Jan. 9, 1823- 
June 21, 1843, a l so Hillsdale, .1825-40, and Claverack 2d, now 
Mellenville, in 1842: Blooming Grove, 1844-48. 



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The Rev. Edwin Holmes said of him, in a funeral sermon, that 
"he preached the Gospel as to dying men, presenting its essential 
truths, with clearness, skillfulness, and persistency, and avoided 
doubtful questions. His personal piety was conspicuous in his 
habits, and in his conscientious deportment. His labors were 
largely blessed." 23 ? 

The Rev. John Rugan wrote of him to the compiler, from 
Fultonham, O., in 1863, as follows: "I was pastor of the 
Lutheran congregation at Ghent, for several years, from 1850, 
and heard a great deal of Dominie Wynkoop, whose memory, 
together with that of Rev. Jacob Berger, was cherished with love 
and respect by the entire community. To that people, these two 
men appeared to be the standard of ministerial faithfulness,, 
character, and piety; and if, in conversation or argument, any 
saying or opinion, of Dominie Wynkoop, or Dominie Berger,. 
could be adduced, it was considered as the end of controversy. 
I learned to respect the character of those men, whose influence 
for good, both during life, and after death, was so great, and 
whose reputation, in all that truly ennobles man, was so high." 

Children of Rev. Peter S. and Margaret W. Wynkoop: 

803. Joanna Gosman; bp. Oct. 23, 1815, Catskill: died Jan. 29,. 
1898. She had lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

804. Robert Gosman: b. Dec. 3, 181 6: m. Carrie C. Wood. 

805. Peter Silvester: b. May 16, 1818: m. Elizabeth C. Miller. 

806. Lydia Silvester: b. Dec. 31, 1819: m. Dr. Samuel M. 
Lasell. 

807. Eliza Kittle: b. Sept. 4, 1821 : m. Rev. Dr. Elbert S. Porter. 

808. Mary Jane: b. Mch. 21, 1823: m. Dr. Elbridge Simpson. 

809. Jonathan Gosman: b. May 13, 1824: m. Mary J. Hawley. 

810. Catharine Van Dyke: b. Nov. 9, 1825: d. Mch. 10, 1887, in 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

811. Margaret Wright: b. May 9, 1827: m. Rev. Dr. Anson Du 
Bois. 

812. Francis Silvester: b. Sept. 1, 1830: m., 1st, Rachel Van 
Vleck; m., 2d, Frances Van Vleck. 

813. Anna Gosman: b. Feb. 4, 1833: m. Rev. Dr. Anson Du 
Bois. 

458. Richard Stanton, (Maria Wynkoop 206, Capt. Cornelius 
C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born January 
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20, 1789: died September 19, 1864, in Stamford, Conn. : married 
January 11, 181 1, Elizabeth Waterbury, born June 6, 1789, in 
Stamford, died April 27, 1870, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., daughter 
of Phineas and Elizabeth (Lounsbury) Waterbury. Phineas was 
born June 1, 1739, and married March 10, 1761. 
Children of Richard and Elizabeth Stanton: 

814. Henry Stanton: b. Feb. 28, 181 2, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

815. Jonathan H. Stanton: b. Nov 21,1813: m. Lydia H. Macy. 

816. Mary Elizabeth Stanton: b. Jan. 28, 181 7, in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : d. Sept. 2, 1884, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : m. Joseph 
N. Corlies. Children: Richard S.; Gerald H.; Emma; and 
Elizabeth. 

817. James Waterbury Stanton: b. Mch. 19, 1821, in Brooklyn; 
d. July 17, 1872, in Darien, Conn.: m. Louisa Wood, 
daughter of N. B. Wood. Child: Agnes Wood. 

8t8. Edwina Hicks Stanton, twin: b. Mch. 19, 1821: d. Oct. 3, 
1821. 

819. Richard Edwin Stanton: b. Jan. 30, 1825, in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : d. Oct. 10, 1886, in Bridgeport, Conn.: m. Jan. 4, 
1849, in Bridgeport, Elizabeth Mills, b. Feb. 1, 1826, d. 
Apl. 3, 1892, daughter of David L. and Hulda Mills. Chil- 
dren: Albert W. ; Helen; and Edwin Hasbrouck. 

820. Julia Waterbury Stanton: b. Feb. 1, 1828: m. Andrew 
King, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Children: probably — Eliza- 
beth; Edward A.; Frank; and Herman. 

821. Lawrence Waterbury Stanton: b. Mch. 25, 1835, i n New 
Rochelle, N. Y. : d. May 7, 1843, in Stamford, Conn. 

822. Henry Stanton : m. Margaret Corlies. Child: Margaret. 
464. Abraham Bruyn Hasbrouck, (Catharine Wynkoop 207, 

Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born November 29, 1791, baptized December 18, Kingston, 
N. Y. : d. February 23, 1879: married Julia Frances Ludlum, 
daughter of Judge Gabriel W. Ludlum. 

He pursued a preparatory course in Kingston Academy, and 
was graduated in 18 10, from Yale College. He studied law, in 
Litchfield, Conn. ; and formed a law partnership, in Kingston, in 
1814, with Judge Ruggles. 

He was a representative in Congress, 1825-27 : President of Rut- 
gers College, and professor of constitutional law, 1840-50 : and he 
received the degree of LL.D. from Union and Columbia Colleges. 

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He was president of the Kingston Bank: and he founded the 
Ulster County Historical Society. He was a good scholar, a 
genial and courtly gentleman, and a devout Christian. 238 

Children of Abraham B. and Julia F. Hasbrouck: 

823. Jonathan Howard Hasbrouck: b. June 19, 1820, bp. June 
25, Kingston: d. in 1889: m. Hannah C. Chester, daughter 
of Rev. Dr. John Chester. 

824. Sarah Morris Hasbrouck, bp. Feb. 9, 1823: d. July 21, 1900, 
in N. Y. City: m. Rev. Dr. John Lillie, born Dec. 16, 181 2, 
in Kelso, Scotland, died Feb. 23, 1867, in Kingston, N. Y. 
The widow lived in N. Y. City. 

Dr. Lillie was graduated at the University of Edinburgh, 
in 183 1 : landed in New York City, about Oct. 1, 1834: 
was graduated at the seminary, at New Brunswick, and 
was licensed, July 21, 1835, by the classis of New York: 
pastor at Kingston, 1836-41: principal of the grammar 
school of the New York University, 1841-42 : pastor of the 
church in the University Chapel, and afterwards in Stanton 
Street, 1843-52: also editor of the Jewish Chronicle, 1844- 
48: engaged on the version of the Bible hy the American 
Bible Union, 1851-57: Pres. Ch., Kingston, 1858-67: re- 
ceived the degree of D.D., in 1855, from the University of 
Edinburgh. 2 39 

825. James Ludlum Hasbrouck: bp. Feb. 6, 1825: d. Jan. 21, 
1885, unmarried. He was graduated from Rutgers College, 
in 1844. 

826. Thomas Lawrence Hasbrouck: bp. June 4, 1827: d. Dec. 
29, 1865, unmarried. He was graduated from Rutgers 
College, in 1845. 

827. Caroline Hone Hasbrouck: bp. Aug. 23, 1829: m. Gen'l 
George Henry Sharpe. 

828. Mary Bruyn Hasbrouck: bp. Feb. 3, 1831: m. Theodore 
Timpson, of New York City. 

829. Emily Burrill Hasbrouck: bp. Dec. 25, 1834: m. Hon. 
Joseph F. Barnard, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., a justice of the 
N. Y. Supreme Court. 

830. John Chester Hasbrouck: b. Feb. 6, 1836, bp. Mch. 5, 1837: 
d. in infancy. 

2 38 Necrological report, in catalogue of Rutgers College, 1879-80. 

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473. Mary Jane Wynkoop, (Augustus 213, Capt. Cornelius C. 
65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born January 20, 
1810: died March 4, 1887, in Kingston, N. Y. : married, October 
1, 1834, Henry Hinsdale Reynolds, born July 21, 181 1, died No- 
vember 23, 1868, son of Abraham and Sarah (Folger) Reynolds. 

Mr. Reynolds was chosen, a few months before his death. 
President of the State of New York National Bank, with which 
he had been connected from its beginning. The Press, of King- 
ston, under date of November 26, 1868, attributed to Mr. 
Reynolds a practical turn of mind ; familiarity with business ; wis- 
dom in council ; deeds of private beneficence ; a Christian spirit ; 
gif tedness in prayer ; and a liberal use of ample pecuniary means 
in works of beneficence. 

This genealogy enlisted the hearty sympathy of Mr. Reynolds, 
and he contributed material liberally, directly and indirectly. 

Children of Henry H. and Mary J. (W.) Reynolds. 

831. Augustus Wynkoop Reynolds: b. Aug. 8, 1835: d. Oct. 31, 
1895, in Kingston, N. Y., of pneumonia, unmarried. He 
served in the Union army. 

832. Francis Wynkoop Reynolds: b. Apl. 18, 1837: d. Mch. 20, 
1870, in Kingston: m. June 20, 1865, Mary W. Hoffman. 
He enlisted in the Union army, on the first call for 3 months 
men ; and re-enlisted for the war. He received, at Chancel - 
lorsville, a wound, and was discharged in September, 1863. 
He never recovered from the wound. He was captain in 
the 1 20th Reg. N. Y. Volunteers. He died, as he had lived, 
a faithful Christian. 

833. Sarah Bleecker Reynolds: b. Aug. 10, 1838: unmarried. 
She was living in Kingston, (July, 1903). 

474. Augustus Wynkoop, (Augustus 213, Capt. Cornelius C. 
65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born January 22, 
1812: died January 18, 1862: married, June 15, 1843, Anna 
Whiting, born September 23, 181 5, died August 16, 1863. They 
lived in Kinderhoek. He was graduated from Yale College, in 
1831. 

Children of Augustus and Anna Wynkoop : 

834. Augustus Whiting: b. Apl. 7, 1844: m. Mary L. Talcott. 

835. Mary Jane: b. July 29, 1845. 

836. Henry Silvester: b. Aug. 5, 1846: m. Agnes L. C. A. 
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837. Elizabeth: b. Jan. 16, 1848. 

475. Francis Silvester Wynkoop, (Augustus 213, Capt. Cor- 
nelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born 
November 6, 1815: died October 15, 1903, in the Borough of 




Francis Silvester Wynkoop 
1815-1903 

Manhattan, New York City: married, October 2, 1844, Sarah 
Frelinghuysen Elmendorf, born May 16, 1819, died December 28, 
1 89 1, daughter of James B. and Elizabeth (Frelinghuysen) 
Elmendorf. 

He was long identified with New York City, and was for years 
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Funeral services were conducted at the University Place 
Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. George Alexander, who 
gave a feeling testimonial to the integrity and geniality of Mr. 
Wynkoop. 

Children of Francis S. and Sarah Wynkoop: 

838. Mary Bruyn: b. Aug. 18, 1850: m. Jan. 29, 1874, Frederick 
A. Booth. • 

839. Elizabeth Elmendorf: b. Oct. 16, 1853: d. Sept. 22, 1893, 
unmarried. 

840. Catharine: b. Dec. 1, 1857: d. Apl. 26, 1863. 

841. Henrietta: b. Apl. 3, i860. 

479. Cornelius P. Wynkoop, (Peter P. 216, Petrus 66, Cor- 
nelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born August 25, 1808, in 
Hurley, N. Y. : died in 1883: married, April 30, 1846, Margaret 
McMurray Cruikshank, born October 12, 182 1, daughter of 
Robert and Emily (Thompson) Cruikshank, of Troy, N. Y. 

He lived on land at Milford, Del., that had been, a hundred 
years earlier, in the ownership of a Wynkoop, probably Abra- 
ham [52]. 

Children of Cornelius P. and Margaret Wynkoop : 

842. Peter P.: b. Mch. 10, 1847. Lived at Milford, Del. 

843. Emily Thompson : b. Mch. 10, 1849. 

844. Robert Cruikshank: b. Feb. 22, 1851. 

480. Anthony Roosa Wynkoop, (Peter P. 216, Petrus 66, Cor- 
nelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born December 13, 1809, 
in Hurley, N. Y. : married, February 8, 1837, at Marbletown, 
N. Y., Ellen De Witt Jansen, daughter of Henry T. They lived 
at Owasco, Cayuga County, N. Y. 

Child of Anthony R. and Ellen Wynkoop : 

845. Anna Jane: b. Nov. 16, 1837: m. J. M. McNiel. 

481. Hardenbergh Wynkoop, (Peter P. 216, Petrus 66, Cor- 
nelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born February 1, 181 1, in 
Hurley, N. Y. : died August 28, 1844: married, October 28, 1835, 
Sarah Maria Krom, born January 27, 18 10, daughter of Samuel 
and Joanna (Krom) Krom. The tradition is, that Krom was 
originally Cromwell. [Krom = crooked, or curved.] 

Child of Hardenbergh and Sarah M. Wynkoop: 

846. Anna Roosa: b. Apl. 8, 1839: m. Derick C. Wynkoop [872]. 
483. Leah Wynkoop, (Peter P. 216, Petrus 66, Cornelius 9, 

Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born February 5, 1820: married 



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October 10, 1838, at Hurley, John Ten Eyck De Witt, born 
January 12, 181 5, both of them described as living there. They 
had seven children, of whom only one has been identified. 

Children of John T. E. and Leah (W.) De Witt: 
847. Catharine De Witt: b. Apl. 15, 1840, Hurley. 
848. 

849. 
850. 
851. 
852. 

853- 

486. Cornelius Wynkoop, (Derick C. 258, Col. Cornelius D. 94, 
Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) baptized September 20, 
1798, Kingston, N. Y. : married, March 20, 1828, Marbletown, 
N. Y., Harriet Sparling, his cousin. 

Children of Cornelius and Harriet Wynkoop : 

854. John Johnson: b. Feb. 1, 1830: m. Caroline M. Du Bois. 

855. Charlotte: b. about 1832: died aged about 6 years. 

856. Elizabeth Anne: b. Aug. 9, 1833: m., 1st, Staats Cheese- 
borough ; m. , 2d, Henry Fisk. They lived in San Francisco. 

857. George C. : b. July 4, 1840: m. Matilda McGill, who was 
drowned in the East River, N. Y., in 1865, through the 
upsetting of a rowboat. George and his mother lived sub- 
sequently in Virginia City, Nev. 

488, Sarah Minderson Wynkoop, (Derick C. 258, Col. Cor- 
nelius D. 94, Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born 
May 7, 1804, in Hurley, N. Y. : died in 1871, in Kingston: mar- 
ried Andrew P. Roosa. 

Children of Andrew P. and Sarah M. (W.) Roosa: 

858. Catharine Johnson Roosa: b. Apl. 4, 1823. 240 

859. Roosa: bp. about 1826. 

860. Leah Maria Roosa: b. June 27,, 1830. 

861. Dirck Roosa: b. Jan. 29, 1832: 

489. Eleanor Wynkoop, (Derick C. 258, Col. Cornelius D. 94, 
Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born March 14, 1807, in 
Hurley, N. Y. : m. Christopher Newkirk. 

Children of Christopher and Eleanor (W.) Newkirk. 

862. Newkirk: bp. about 1825. 2 4° 

863. Christopher Wynkoop Newkirk: b. Oct. 14, 1826, son of 

2 4° Talcott Pedisrree. 



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" Kalenda" or " Helinda," was, perhaps, but not certainly, 
of this family. 

864. Jane Newkirk. 

865. Elizabeth Newkirk. 

866. Mary Newkirk. 

867. John Newkirk. 

868. Henry Newkirk. 

490. Leah De Witt Wynkoop, (Derick C. 258, Col. Cornelius D. 
94, Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born February 5, 
181 1, in Hurley, N. Y. : married Capt. Henry Harbeck Buckbee, 
of New York City, who died May 23, 1873. 

Children of Capt. Henry H. and Leah De Witt (W.) Buckbee: 

869. Mary D. Buckbee. 

870. De Witt C. Buckbee. 

491. George Wynkoop, (Derick C. 258, Col. Cornelius D. 94, 
Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born July 23, 1814: 
married, 1st, April 14, 1839, at Marbletown, N. Y., Eleanor Sala 
Davis, born February 12, 18 14, died January 18, 1846, daughter 
of James V. W. and Gertrude (Perrine) Davis. He married, 2d, 
February 6, 1847, i n Hurley, N. Y., Sarah Catharine Dumond, 
who died November 12, 1890, daughter of Cornelius and Blandina 
(dispell) Dumond. 

He lived at Hurley, in a house of which a part, at least, was 
built early in the eighteenth century. It may be that this is the 
site of the original settlement of this family, in Ulster County. 
The place has been in continuous possession of the family for 
many years. Pictures of the house have been made by William 
H. Snyder, of Brooklyn, N. Y., under the name of "The Wyn- 
koop House"; by P. P. Ryder; and by other artists. (See 
frontispiece.) 

Children of George and Eleanor S. Wynkoop: 

871. Mary Buckbee: b. Mch. 4, 1840: m. Joseph Middagh. 

872. Derrick Cornelius: b. Aug. 16, 1841: m. Anna R. Wyn- 
koop [846]. 

873. James Davis: b. Feb. 28, 1843: m. Oct. 10, 1888, Elizabeth 
Applet on, widow of Warren, and daughter of Wil- 
liam Applet on. He lives in New York City, and is a 
member of the Produce Exchange. He owns the home- 
stead, which in its renovated form, is represented herein 
by the frontispiece. 



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874. Eleanor Elizabeth: b. Aug. 16, 1844: d. June 18, 1852. 
Child of George and Sarah C. Wynkoop : 

875. George Jansen: b. Mch. 20, 1848: d. Mch. .23, 1849. 

505. Mary Catharine Wynkoop, (Abram 288, Petrus 109, 
Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born April 14, 
1844: married, August 19, 1869, Henry Edward Malin, who died 
January 17, 1901, in Manhattan Borough, New York City. 

Children of Henry E. and Mary C. (W.) Malin: 

876. Henry C. Malin: b. Jan. 2, 1871: d. Jan. 18, 1903, in Man- 
hattan Borough. 

877. Madeline Malin: b. Aug. 10, 1872. 

878. Florence Malin: b. Oct. 30, 1878: m., June 28, 1899, 
Hubert Martin of New York City. 

506. Harvey Heusted Wynkoop, (Abram 288, Petrus 109, 
Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born May 15, 
1846: married July 5, 1871, Caroline Haynes, of St. Clair, Penn. 

Children of Harvey H. and Caroline Wynkoop : 

879. Claud B.: b. Mch. 20, 1873. 

880. Grace: b. Oct. 1, 1874. 

881. Gertrude S. : b. June 14, 1881. 

508. Anna Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Abram 288, Petrus 109, 
Sheriff Johannes 15, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born July 7, 
1851: married, October 17, 1870, Rev. Wilson R. Terry, and 
lived at Lyonsville, Mass. 

Children of Rev. Wilson R. and Anna E. (W.) Terry: 

882. Mabel Anne Terry: b. Sept. 8, 1871: m. Oct. 3, 1893, 
James L. Bartlett, of Newton, N. H., and lived there. 

883. Abraham Lincoln Terry: b. Nov. 1, 1887. 

884. Paul Wynkoop Terry: b. June 4, 1891. 

510. Peter Wynkoop, (Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Corne- 
lius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born December 27, 1755, in King- 
ston, N. Y. : died January 26, 1835, in New York City: married 
December 10, 1785, Margaret Quackenbos, born March 20, 1765, 
died May 5, 185 1, N. Y., daughter of John and Catharine (De 
Witt) Quackenbos, whose acquaintance he had made in Marl- 
boro, N. Y., whither her father's family had retired, because of 
the occupation of New York City by the British during the Revo- 
lutionary War. Her family name appears elsewhere as Kwakel- 
bosch, meaning quail-forest. [Kwakkelbos = quail bush: 
Kwakkelbosch = quail forest : de wit = the white.] There was 



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a tradition that Peter was aid-de-camp to one of the generals; 
but the compiler has been unable to verify it. 

He removed from Kingston to the city of New York, after his 
marriage, and there engaged in the manufacture of sea-biscuit, 
with his father-in-law, and brother-in-law, each of them named 
John. Subsequently, he dealt in tobacco and cigars, and had a 
snuff factory, on the bank of a stream in Ulster County. He 
became a measurer in the custom house in New York City, about 
the year 182 1, and so remained until a few years before his death. 
He was six feet two inches in height. 

He had a book-plate, with a family device, and the name of 
Peter Wynkoop. This descended to the compiler, in the form of 
a copper plate, the reverse of which shows part of an engraved 
invitation to some public function of the Revolutionary period. 
Prints from this plate were used by Peter as a trade-mark, as 
well as for his library books. This plate is mentioned more fully 
in the introduction. 

Children of Peter and Margaret Wynkoop : 

885. Catharine: b. Sept. 7, 1786: d. Nov. 4, 1796. This child 
was spoken of in the family as very bright and winsome, 
and as the idol of her father. 

886. Sarah: b. June 24, 1788: m. Joseph Packard. 

887. Harriet: b. Apl. 24, 1790: d. June 28, 1791. 

888. Derrick: b. Jan. 13, 1792: d. Aug. 28, 1792. 

889. Harriet: b. Nov. 23, 1793: m. Oliver Dunning. 

890. John Quackenbos, M.D. : b. June 26, 1798: d. Sept. 1, 
1 82 1, unmarried. He wrote to his brother Richard, under 
date September 24, 1819, from "Quarantine Ground," 
Staten Island, as follows: "I am much pleased with my 
situation. I have taken up my abode at the Health 
Officer's — of whom I have every politeness. Dr. Manley 
has favored me with most of the duties of the hospital." 

891. Richard, Rev.: b. Dec. 16, 1798: m. Catharine Schure- 
man. 

892. Jefferson, Rev.: b. Sept. 11, 1801: m. Jane S. Shaw. 

893. Catharine Anne : b. Sept. 27, 1804: d. Nov. 1, 1805. 

894. Eliza: b. Nov. 13, 1809: d. Nov. 27, 1809. 

895. Julia Anna: b. Sept. 9, 1811: m. Lockwood K. Campbell. 
517. Evert C. Wynkoop, (Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 

112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1 :) died June 20, 1807: 



122 Wynkoop Genealogy 

married, May 8, 1786, Rachel Hardenbergh, born November 29, 
1765, died April 26, 1845. 

It is probable that Rachel was daughter of Rev. Dr. Jacobus 
Rutsen Hardenbergh, by Dinah Van Bergh, of Amsterdam, 
Holland, widow of Rev. John Frelinghuysen. The Doctor and 
his wife were residents of Rosendale, 1781-86, and he ministered 
to the church in Rochester, Ulster County. 241 

Rachel married, 2d, January 15, 1809, Elias Dupuy, born July 
17, 1763, died May 1, 1829. She married, 3d, April 28, 1830, 
Simon Dupuy. No relationship has been traced between Elias 
and Simon. 

Children of Evert C. and Rachel Wynkoop : 

896. Cornelius E.: b. Aug. 2, 1787: m. Anne Hardenbergh. 

897. DinahMaria: b. Apl. 10, 1789: d. June 21, 184 1, unmarried. 

898. Cornelia: b. Feb. 7, 1791: m. John Henry De Witt. 

899. Jacob Rutsen: b. Jan. 4, 1800: m. Blandina Delamater. 
518. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 

112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized June 5, 1769, 
Kingston: married, November 1, 1796, Marbletown, Benjamin 
Hardenbergh, physician, of Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, N. Y., 
her cousin. Births of the children are from the Marbletown 
church records, and baptisms from Kingston church records, all 
per Henry Brace. 

Children of Benjamin and Cornelia (W.) Hardenbergh: 

900. Cornelius Wynkoop Hardenbergh: b. Sept. 5, 1797. 

901. Anne ("Nancy") Ryerson Hardenbergh: b. Nov. 23, 1799. 

902. Johannes Ryerson Hardenbergh: bp. Feb. 5, 1802. 

903. Cornelius Mancius Hardenbergh: bp. Mch. 13, 1804. 

904. Jared Martin Louis Hardenbergh: b. Nov. 7, 1805. 

905. Evert Wynkoop Hardenbergh: b. May 12, 1808. 

906. Abram Hardenbergh: b. Sept. 13, 1813. 

525. Margaret Wynkoop, (Jacobus 303, Cornelius 1 14, Jacobus 
29, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized March 17, 1759, Rochester, 
Ulster County, N. Y. : married Johannis Sammons. 

Children of Johannis and Margaret (W.) Sammons : 

907. Jane Sammons: bp. May 6, 1779, Rochester. 

908. Elizabeth Sammons: bp. Aug. 12, 1780, Rochester. 

909. Sammons: bp. Dec. 21, 1784, Rochester. 

528. Jacobus Wynkoop, (Jacobus 303, Cornelius 114, Jacobus 
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123 



911 
912 

913 
914 

915 
916 

917 

918 
919 



29, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized January 12, 1766, Rochester, 
Ulster County, N. Y. : married Syntje or Tryntje Schoonmaker 
— or both. The record of birth or of baptism of their children is 
confusing. All are recorded in the Rochester church, except of 
the 2d, which is in Kingston, and the 3d, in Marbletown. (Syntje 
is Cynthia, and Tryntje is Catharine, or perhaps Christina.) 

Children of Jacobus and (S.) Wynkoop : 
910. Jacobus: b. May 19, 1792. 

John: bp. Sept. 20, 1795, mother "Seintje." 

David: b. Jan. 2, 1797, mother "Syntje." 

Annatje: b. Apl. 6, 1799, mother "Tryntje." 

Joshua: b. Apl. 14, 1801, mother "Syntje": m. Maria Van 

Benschoten. 

Lydia Van Wagenen: b. Apl. 21, 1803. 

Rachel: b. July 21, 1805. 

Isaac: b. Nov. 21, 1807: m. Anne Eliza More, or Mozier. 

Peter De Witt: b. Oct. 1, 18 10. 

Elizabeth. 

530. Anne Wynkoop, (Jacobus 303, Cornelius 114, Jacobus 29, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized February 11, 1770, Rochester, 
Ulster County, N. Y. This, probably, was the Anne who mar- 
ried John T. Schoonmaker. The record of birth of the children 
is in the Rochester church. 

Children of John T. and Anne (W.) Schoonmaker: 
920. Jannetje Schoonmaker: b. Aug. 25, 1791. 

David Schoonmaker: b. Dec. 18, 1793. 

Isaiah Schoonmaker: b. Dec. 12, 1794. 

Antje Schoonmaker: b. Feb. 8, 1800. 

Mary Eliza Schoonmaker: b. Dec. 17, 1801, or 181 1. 
532. David Wynkoop, (Jacobus 303, Cornelius 114, Jacobus 
29, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born Nov. 27, 1773, Rochester, Ulster 
County, N. Y. This was the David, probably, who married 
Susan Wood. 

Children of David and Susan Wynkoop : 
925.' Moses Schoonmaker: b. July 28, 1819, in Rochester. 

Cynthia: b. Jan. 7, 182 1, "Syntje." 

Peter Wood: b. Mch. 7, 1822. 

Sarah Schoonmaker: b. Oct. 22, 1823. 

Lena Maria: b. July 13, 1825. 

Rachel: b. Feb. 13, 1827. 



921. 
922. 

923- 
924. 



926. 
927. 
928. 
929. 

930- 



124 Wynkoop Genealogy 

:::. Eucas Krone: b. Mav 4. 1S20: uc. Nov. 29. C$49. Marble- 
town, Ulster Co., N. Y.. Martha N. Henderson. They lived 
vi Ehenvihe. Ulster Co. 

932. Henry De Witt: b. Dec. 27. 2530: lived in Kerhonkson, 
Ulster Co. At me time be was in the customs service, in 
N. Y. City. 

955. Hannah Eliza: b. Aug. ;:. 1S52. 

95-1. Jchic Wcca: 'z. July :_;. 1S54: lived no Centreville. Ulster 

539. Evert Wynkoop, (Johannes 306, Evert 124, Johannes E. 

;d. Evert a. Cornelius :. ':: :rn Mar:b 10. iSci: ilea Tulv 11, 
: 5: : : married. :st. Peicelcoe 3 crder. vho ilea January 25. 1S50 ; 
married, 2d, October 17, 1830, Elizabeth Putnam, who survived 
him. 

935- John H. : b. June 29, 1819: m. Lydia Yates 

cur. Marv: a. intSfc: m. Feb. : S. 1S46. G-ecrge Wells. 

Ibiliren :: Evert ana Elizabeth Wvnkzoo: 
::-. Harriet: a. in Ncv.. - S5 2 : no Men. iS. 1S5C. Henry Wells. 

938. Levis: a. Apl. 19, 1843. 

939. Horace M. : in. Olive L. Williams. 
9.1c. Cbarles: a. in infancy. 

941. Hannah: nt. William Carson, Jun. 
942 Garret. He lived in Detroit, Mich. 

•542. Evert Wynk: co . T : sbva ;n. Evert 124, Johannes E. 36, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born September 3, 1796, in Bethlehem, 
Alt any County, N. Y. : lied November 12, 1872. in New York 
It v noarrlea 1st 1 v ber 2^, 1822, Eunice Van Wie Winne, 
: r:c : t : ':: er 15, [805, be a January 11, 1830, daughter of John 
D. ana .bores Van Wie) Winne. He married, 2d, December 1, 
ii;:b b.:v Earhioht. v'o: vaas — id:~ :: Wesley Abbey, ana 
vrh: deed March 5. 1^45. 

He beat a stcre in Albany. N. Y.. ana the Pearl Street Hcuse. 
at the sante tvve : then the Mansicn Hcuse. in Syracuse, until it 
was torn iown: the Unite! States Hotel, in Buffalo: a hotel 
c site the st eamboat landing, in All a ny and the Recess 
Hcuse. in Ercchdyn. coocsite Atlantic Ferry. After— ards. 
he 11 e a in Mew York City, in what is now the Borough of 
Manhattan. 

Children of Evert and Eunice V. W. Wynkoop : 



Wynkoop Genealogy 125 

943. Margaret Pulver: b. Jan. iS, 1S24: d. Jan. 14. 1S59. 

944. John E.: b. Jan. 12. 1S26: d. Oct. 3. 1S66: m. Sept. 10, 
1S56. Rosalie Janbert. He was lost in the wrecking of the 
steamer Evening Star. His widow lived in Xew York. 

945. William: b. Jan. 21. 1S2S: m., Nov. 5. 1S53. Mar}" Coan. 
He was a member of the 17th Reg. X. Y. Vol.: afterwards 
of Comp. B, ;th U. S. Cavalry. 

946. Simon Yeeder: b. Jan. 11. 1S30: d. Feb. 20. 1832 
Children of Evert and Jane Wynkoop : 

947. Ira Augustus: b. Xov. 27. 1837: d. in his 17th year. 

94S. Henry: b. Oct. 3. 1840. He was a member of the 3 2d Reg. 
X. Y. Vol. After the Civil War, he was in Comp. D. of the 
24th Reg. U. S. Inf. He lived afterwards in Mississippi 

949. Abby Jane: b. Mch. 5. 1S45: :::. J:.::: Bailey. 

544. Anne Wynkoop. (Joshua 311. Evert 124. Johannes E. 36, 
Evert 4. Cornelius 1,) born August 4. iScc : married. February 2. 
1822, Peter I. Hotaling. 

Children of Peter I. and Anne (TV. Hotaling: 

950. John Hotaling. 

951. Margaret Hotaling. 

952. Joshua Hotaling: a carpenter: lived in Albany. 

953. Philip Hotaling. 

954. Anne Hotaling. 

955. Sarah Hotaling. 

956. Gerrit Hotaling. 
- - Mar\- Hotaling. 

95 S. Charles Hotaling: b. Aug. 13. 1S40. in Bethlehem, Albanv 
Co.. X. Y. 

545. Abraham Wynkoop, (Joshua 311. Evert 124. Johannes 
E. 36. Evert 4. Cornelius 1,) born September 30. 1S02 : died May 
5. 1876: married. June 22. 1S33. in Bethlehem, Albany County. 
X.Y.. Susannah Albright, born August 2. 1S13, died April 7. 1S76. 
They lived in Bethlehem, and died there, and were buried in the 
cemetery of Feurabush, now Jerusalem. 

Children of Abraham and Susannah Wynkoop : 

959. Joshua: b. Oct. 27. 1834: d. Oct. 21. 1S56: m.. Feb. 13, 
1S56. Elizabeth Allen. 

960. Jacob: b. Jan. 31. 1S36: m. Dec. 27. 1S60. Margaret Bradt. 

961. Margaret : b. Mch. 6. 1837: :::.. Xov.. 1S56. John Van Olinda. 

962. Peter: b. May 3. 1S3S. This Peter seeras to have been the 



126 Wynkoop Genealogy 

one who was sergeant of Comp. F, 36th Reg., N. Y. Vol., 
Capt. Gustavus Dupin: also a member of the 28th Reg. 
N. Y. Vol. 

963. Elizabeth: b. Feb. 7, 1840: m. Jan. 17, 1861, Ephraim 
Cook. 

964. Sarah: b. Mch. 22, 1842: d. Apl. 18, 1843. 

965. Sarah: b. May 15, 1844. 

966. Maria: b. Sept. 26, 1845: m. Dec. 22, 1864, Leonard Litch- 
field. 

967. Emeline: b. Feb. 17, 1848: d. Aug. 23, 1852. 

968. William: b. May 3, 1849. 

969. Anna: b. Feb. 7, 1852. 

970. John I.: b. Feb. 16, 1855. 

971. Isaac A.: b. June 29, 1857. 

546. Peter Wynkoop, (Joshua 311, Evert 124, Johannes E. 36, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born May 30, 1804: married, February 21, 
1828, in Bethlehem, Albany County, N. Y., Magdalen Long, born 
September 3, 1807, died May 26, 1835; married, 2d, April 7, 
1839, Jane Long, born June 14, 1821, died December 31, 1874, 
sister to Magdalen. They lived in Albany. 

Child of Peter and Magdalen Wynkoop : 

972. Joshua P.: b. Jan. 4, 1830: d. Mch. 18, 1863, from injury 
by the railroad cars at West Albany. 

Children of Peter and Jane Wynkoop : 

973. Magdalen: b. July 23, 1840: m., Nov. 4, 1863, Erastus C. 
Brown. 

974. Leonard: b. Jan. 27, 1843. 

975. Hannah M.: b. Dec. 6, 1849. 

976. Caroline L. : b. Feb. 16, 1859. 

547. Jacob Wynkoop, (Joshua 311, Evert 124, Johannes E. 36, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born October 19, 1807: married, in 1828, 
Ellen Carhart. They lived in Coeymans, N. Y. 

Children of Jacob and Ellen Wynkoop : 

977. Peter: b. Mch. 12, 1829: m. Elizabeth Terrell. 

978. Anne Eliza: b. Apl. 15, 1831: m. Lansing Beebe. 

979. Evert: b. and d. in 1833. 

980. Joshua: b. in 1835: m. Amelia Brady. 

981. Sarah Jane: b. in 1837: m. William Gordon. 

982. John: b. in 1839: m. Eliza Shurman. 

983. James H. : b. in 1841. 



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984. Henrietta: b. in 1843: m. Barend Ten Eyck. 

985. Elizabeth: b. in 1845: m. Peter Hagle. 

550. Everett H. Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 315, Evert 132, Heze- 
kiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) a twin, born June 9, 1787 : married 
September 13, 1821, Maria Post, baptized July 17, 1797, Kaats- 
baan church, daughter of Isaac and Catrina (Persen) Post. The 
marriage record describes each of them as of Saugerties, and has 
his name "Evert": but the wills of his grandfather and of his 
sister have his name "Everett H." 

Children of Everett H. and Maria Wynkoop : 

986. William: b. Sept. 30, 1823: d. Apl. 17, 1884, at the house 
of Dr. E. D. Chipman, Saugerties. He m. Susan Snyder; 
but had no child. 

987. Evert: b. June 28, 1826: m. Alida Russell. 

988. Isaac: b. June 28, 1829: m., 1st, Hannah Hommel; m., 
2d, Catharine Champlin. 

989. Cornelius Persen: b. June 2, 1832. 

990. Asa: b. May 9, 1838. 

552. Henry Wynkoop, Judge, (Hezekiah 315, Evert 132, 
Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born September 13, 1789: 
died September 4, 1869: married, 1st, December 13, 1813, 
Kaatsbaan church, Nelly Myndertse, born September 23, 1794, 
died November 10, 1830, daughter of Myndert and Lena (Heer- 
mans) Myndertse. He married, 2d, January 31, 1835, Hannah 
Wynkoop [569]. 

He was commonly known as "Judge Wynkoop," through his 
having been an associate judge of the Court of Common Pleas. 
He called himself "wooden judge," and said that the associate 
judges were thus nicknamed. He died at Catskill, through the 
overturn of a carriage. 

A few years before his death, the compiler spent a night at his 
house, back of Catskill, and found him an intelligent and interest- 
ing man, with a remarkable memory for dates, which he attri- 
buted to his one time employment in the business of procuring 
pensions. He said that it was commonly remarked of the Wyn- 
koops, that their brain was the last part of them to give out. 

Children of Judge Henry and Nelly Wynkoop : 

991. Hezekiah: b. Mch. 29, 1816: d. in infancy. 

992. Myndert: b. Nov. 5, 181 8: m. Mary E. W. Schoonmaker 
[1020]. 



i28 Wynkoop Genealogy 

993. Hezekiah: b. May 19, 1823: m. Leiza Huyck. 

994. Henry: b. Nov. 10, 1830: m. Anna Jane Story. 
Children of Judge Henry and Hannah Wynkoop : 

995. Eleanor Elizabeth Eltinge: b. Oct. 21, 1835: m. Oct. 26, 
1853, John M. Schoonmaker. They lived in Saugerties. 

996. Maria C. T. : b. Aug., 1843: m. Jan. 16, 1867, J onn H. 
Cammer. 

553. Alida Wynkoop, (Hezekiah 315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 11, 1800: died July 30, 
1850: 242 married February 2, 1831, Kaatsbaan church, John P. 
Kimble, born November 12, 1808, died September 1, 18 S3- 242 

The record of marriage describes each as of Saugerties, her as 
Aaltje, and him as John Kimble. Her father's will, in 1853, 
calls her Elsie, deceased, wife of John P. Kemple. 

Children of John P. and Alida Kimble: 

997. Hezekiah Dederick Kimble: b. Dec. 11, 1831, Kaats- 
baan church. 

998. Eliza Catharine Kimble: b. Sept. 15, 1833. 

999. Sarah Maria Kimble: b. June 14, 1839: m. Dr. Warren 
Kemble, of Saugerties. 

1000. John Henry Kimble: b. Feb. 12, i843. 2 43 

560. Peter Wynkoop, (Henry 317, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized January 8, 1792, Kaatsbaan 
church: married Maria Langendyck, baptized, as per the same 
record, June 26, 1788, daughter of Cornelius and Johanna 
(Wolven) Langendyck. They removed to Ohio. 

Child of Peter and Maria Wynkoop : 

1001. Anne: bp. Sept. 29, 1817, "Annetje." 

561. Tjerck Wynkoop, "Chereck," (Henry 317, Evert 132, 
Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) baptized April 28, 1794, 
Kaatsbaan church: died December 6, 1875: married, 1st, Mar- 
garet Hendricks, born May 26, 1803, died April 20, 1864, daughter 
of John and Anna (Oosterhoudt) Hendricks. He married, 2d, 
Eliza Ten Broeck, the widow Marquet. He lived in Flatbush, 
Ulster County, N. Y. Now called Heath. 

Children of Tjerck and Margaret Wynkoop: 

1002. Harriet Anne: b. Dec. 22, 1824: m. Martin Edgar Hen- 
dricks. 

242 Tombstone inscription in Saugerties graveyard, per Henry Brace. 

2 43 Rev. Dr. John B. Thompson. 



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1003. Eliza Catharine: b. Feb. 27, 1827: m. Joel Burhans. 

1004. Asenath: b. June 24, 1829: d. Jan. 2, 1832. 

1005. John Hendricks: b. Apl. 4, 1831: d. May 7, 1859. 

1006. William Henry: b. Nov. 29, 1834: m. Elizabeth Knowls. 

1007. Sarah Margaret: b. Mch. 19, 1839: m. Lawrence H. Oster- 
houdt. 

562. Alida Wynkoop, (Henry 317, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born August 14, 1799, Kaatsbaan church; 
married [Henry Schoonmaker. She is called "Allie," in the will 
of her grandfather. The baptisms are recorded Flatbush, Ulster 
County. 

Children of Henry and Alida Schoonmaker: 

1008. Tjerck Schoonmaker: b. May 27, 1820, the mother 
"Elsie." 

1009. Jane Anne Schoonmaker: b. May 3, 1824, the mother 
"Alchey." 

565. Anne Wynkoop, (Henry 317, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born January 7, 18 10, Kaatsbaan church: 
married Abraham Turck, son of Jacob and Anne (Folland) 
Turck. The baptisms are recorded Flatbush, Ulster County, 
N. Y. 

Children of Abraham and Anne Turck: 

1010. Sarah Turck: b. May 12, 1825. 

1011. Henry Wynkoop Turck: bp. Aug. 18, 1846 [sic]. 

567. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (William 319, Evert 132, Hezekiah 
39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 10, 1797, Kaatsbaan 
church: married December 31, 1822, Cat skill church, John P. 
Sax, of Athens, N. Y., born December 16, 1792, son of 
Paulus and Anne (Snyder) Sax. The baptisms are recorded in 
the Catskill church. 

Children of John P. and Elizabeth (W.) Sax. 

1012. Evert Sax: b. Aug. 21, 1826. 

1013. Frederick Trombour Sax : b. Feb. 2, 1829. 

1014. Maria Sax: b. Feb. 17, 1831. 

1015. Anne Sax, b. Feb. 17, 1831, a twin. 

568. Alida, Wynkoop, (William 319, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born September 4, 1799, "Aaltje," Kaats- 
baan church: married, January 12, 1822, Flatbush church, 
Ulster County, N. Y., John Hover, of Germantown, N. Y. 

Children of John and Alida Hover: 



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1016. Alida Hover: bp. Dec. 6, 1822, Catskill ch. : d. Dec. 10. 

1017. Amos Sylvester Hover: b. Nov. 25, 1835, German Ref. ch., 
G-ermantown, Columbia Co., N. Y. 

1018. Frederick Trombour Hover: b. May 17, 1839. 

1019. Martin Henry Hover: b. July 14, 1842. 

570. Cornelia or Eleanor Wynkoop, (William 319, Evert 132, 
Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 13, 1806, 
" Neeltje," Kaatsbaan church: died December 30, 1836: married 
December 3, 1829, Catskill church, Egbert P. Schoonmaker, of 
Saugerties, born March 13, 1803, son of Peter and Alida (Trom- 
bour) Schoonmaker. 

Child of Egbert P. and Cornelia Schoonmaker: 

1020. Mary Elizabeth Wynkoop Schoonmaker: b. Jan. 26, 1833: 
m. Myndert Wynkoop [992]. 

088. Hezekiah Allen Wynkoop, (Evert 336, Hezekiah 136, 
Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born July 20, 1810, Kaatsbaan 
church: married Hannah Low, of New York City. They lived 
in Chicago. He was postmaster there about 1865. 

Child of Hezekiah A. and Hannah W}mkoop : 

102 1. Jane: b. about 1858. 

591. Ida Carolyn Wynkoop, (Evert 336, Hezekiah 136, Tobias 
40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born Februar}^ 21, 181 5, Kaatsbaan 
church: married Giles Griffin. They lived in Palenville, Greene 
County, N. Y. 

Child of Giles and Ida C. Griffin: 

1022. Alfred Griffin: b. about 1850. 

593. Tobias Wynkoop. (Evert 336, Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born December 1, 181 9, Kaatsbaan church: 
died October 1 1 , 1858, in New York City : married Ella McKeene, 
of Pennsylvania. His widow removed with the children to 
Poughkeepsie. 

Children of Tobias and Ella Wynkoop : 

1023. Josephine. 

1024. Annie. 

1025. Tobias. 

1026. Mary Ella: b. in 1852: d. Dec. 25, 1857, 5, 5, 29. 

1027. Emma: b. in 1855: d. Oct. 22, 1862, 7, 6, 8. 

595. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Evert 336, Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1 :) married Samuel Griffin, of Palenville, 
Greene County, N. Y. 



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Children of Samuel and Cornelia (W.) Griffin: 

1028. Charles Griffin. 

1029. Lucy Griffin. 

1030. Ida Griffin. 

602. Alida Catalina Wynkoop, (Cornelius 350, Tobias 141, 
Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born March 3, 1816, Kaatsbaan 
church: died December 9, 1882, near Saxton, Ulster County, 
N. Y. : married, December 6, 1836, Kaatsbaan church, Garret 
Nelson Abeel. They lived in Palenville, Greene County, N. Y. 

Children of Garret N. and Alida C. Abeel: 

1031. David E. Abeel: m. in July, 1880, Margaret A. Garrison, 
daughter of Alanson A., of West Saugerties. 
Augustus Abeel. 
Nellv C. Abeel: m. Schutt. 



1032 
1034 



Romeyn Abeel: b. Oct. 6, 1846: d. Dec. 25, 1846. 

631. Alonzo Wynkoop, (John 362, Petrus 142, Tobias 40, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born May 20, 1831 : married, February 12, 
1862, Catharine Miller, who died August 26, 1866. They lived 
in Manchester, Ontario County, N. Y. 

Child of Alonzo and Catharine Wynkoop : 

1035. Catharine: b. about 1864. 

633. Emeline Wynkoop, (John 362, Petrus 142, Tobias 40, 
Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born June 14, 1836: married, in May, 1866, 
Gould Birdseye. They lived in Gorham, Ontario County, N. Y. 

Child of Gould and Emeline Birdseye: 

1036. John Wynkoop Birdseye: m. in 1898, Florence Henry. 
639. Catharine Wynkoop, (Cornelius 365, John 144, Cornelius, 

44, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born about 1790: married, about 18 10, 
John Newell. 

Children of John and Catharine Newell : 

1037. George W. Newell: b. in 1813: m., about 1844, Amelia J. 
vSlack. 

1038. John Blackledge Newell: b. Oct. 25, 1816: m., Oct. 13, 
1847, Eliza F. Tillyer. 

1039. Margaret N. Newell: b. in 1818: m. Charles Martindale. 

1040. Sydonia N. Newell: b. about 1819. 

104 1. David F. Newell: b. about 1820: d. in infancy. 

1042. Catharine Anne Newell: b. about 1824: m. Thomas 
Worthington. 

646. David Wynkoop, (John 370, Gerardus, 153, Gerrit 45, 



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Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born December 7, 1788 : died December 6, 
1864: married, April 5, 181 2, Emma Morgan, born August 6, 
1788, died January 31, 1864. 

Children of David and Emma Wynkoop : 

1043. John: b. Feb. 4, 1813: m. Caroline Olinda Kingsley. 

1044. Ely M.: b. Oct. 19, 1814: d. Aug. 1, 1841: unmarried. . 

1045. Isaac William: b. Mch. 31, 181 6: m. Mary Anne Ren- 
wick. 

1046. Thomas Morgan: b. Apl. 22, 1820: m. Elizabeth R. 
Kingsley. 

1047. James Rogers: b. Oct. 16, 1823: m. Susan Van der Voort. 

1048. Eliza Anne: b. Sept. 15, 1825: m., Oct. 28, 1849, Morris 
Underwood, b. in 1823. They live at Clarence Hollow, 
Erie County, N. Y. 

1049. Rebecca Watson : b. Oct. 15, 1828: d. Mch. 23, 1859: un- 
married. 

647. Isaac Wynkoop, (John 370, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born February 16, 1791: died March 5, 
187 1 : married, August 16, 181 5, Anne Winder, born October 27, 
1800, daughter of John and Mary (Booz) Winder. The widow 
lived in Lebanon, Boone County, Ind. 

Children of Isaac and Anne Wynkoop : 

1050. Mary Anne: b. Mch. 18, 1818: d. July 6, 1855: m. Jared 
King. They had no child. 

1051. Elizabeth: b. Feb. 12, 1820: m., 1st, Aaron Harris, and 
had 12 children. Harris died in the Union army, in 1863. 
Elizabeth m., 2d, Ebenezer Dixon, and lived in Kansas. 

1052. James Winder: b. Jan. 23, 1822: m. Amanda Golener. 

1053. John: b. Dec. 21, 1823: m. Mary Anne Pierce. They 
lived in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. 

1054. Sarah: b. Feb. 5, 1826: m. Logan De Witt. 

1055. Mercy: b. Feb. 2, 1828: d. Mch. 2, 1858: m. Reason 
Wood, and had one child, a son. 

1056. Bridget: b. Feb. 23, 1830: m. William Henry Hall, who d. 
in the Union army. The}" lived in Whitestown, Ind. 

1057. Henry Clay: b. Feb. 9, 1832 : m. Margaret Harp ool. They 
lived in Lebanon, Ind. 

1058. Abner: b. Jan. 16, 1834: m. Mary Anne Wilson. They 
lived in Cossmantown, Texas. 

1059. Catharine: b. June 26, 1836: m. Elba Hopkins. 



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1060. Rebecca Jane: b. Sept. 8, 1838: m. John A. Brown. They 
lived in Lebanon. 

1 06 1. Gerardus: b. Aug. 16, 1840. 

1062. David: b. Sept. 29, 1842: m. Mary Jane Fulwider. They 
lived in Lebanon. 

652. Isaac Wynkoop, (Isaac 371, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married, 1st, Rachel Hunt, daughter of 
John: married, 2d, Maria Scudder, daughter of Abner and 
Phcebe (Howell) Scudder. Maria died shortly after marriage. 

Child of Isaac and Maria Wynkoop: 

1063. Edward. 

654. Mary Wynkoop, (Isaac 371, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) died November 8, 1842: married Ralph 
Lanning, who died May 4, 1843, aged 47 years, son of Amos and 
Lois (Reed) Lanning. Ralph was, for many years, an elder of 
the church in Ewing, N. J. 

Children of Ralph and Mary Lanning: 

1064. Isaac Lanning: m. Ruth Van Schaick. He was a lawyer, 
in Trenton, N. J. 

1065. Phcebe Lanning: m. Charles Torbert, of Bucks County, 
Penn. 

1066. Theodore Lanning: m. Eliza Van Schaick. 

1067. Rebecca Lanning: m. Simon Prall, of Penn. 

1068. Amos Lanning: m. Elizabeth Wilkins. 

1069. David Lanning: m. Caroline Brearley, daughter of James 
and Mehetable (Smith) Brearley, of Lawrenceville. 

1070. Elizabeth Lanning: m. Simon Van Arsdalen, of Penn. 

107 1. Gerardus Lanning: m. Amanda Norton. 

1072. William Lanning: m. Catharine Burroughs, daughter of 
Reu and Asenath (Matthews) Burroughs, of Hopewell. 

1073. Ralph Augustus Lanning. 

656. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born March 20, 1787: died September 
8, 1876, in Trenton, N. J.: married, March 14, 1811, Elias Gilky- 
son, who died about 1873, aged 84 years. They lived in Bucks 
County, Penn. ; and afterwards at Yarleyville, in the same State. 

Elizabeth had kept house for her grandfather, after the death 
of her grandmother, and until her own marriage. 

Children of Elias and Elizabeth Gilkyson: 

1074. James Gilkyson: a lawyer, in Doylestown, Penn. 



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1075. Albert Gilkyson. He lived in Jersey City. 

1076. John Wynkoop Gilkyson. He was, at one time, deputy 
sheriff, at Orrsville, Cal. 

1077. Stephen Rose Gilkyson. He was, in 1861, Captain of 
Comp. A, 6th Reg. N. J. Inf., and served for three years, 
and returned as Lieut. -Col. He raised the 40th Reg. N. J., 
and served until the close of the war. He was wounded in 
the second battle of Bull Run, and in the Wilderness. 

1078. Caroline Gilkyson: m. Theodore Wallace Hill, and lived in 
Trenton, N. J. 

659. Sarah Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born May 17, 1795: died about August, 
1879, in Columbus, O. : married in September, 1813, Edward C. 
Corbett, who died September 6, 1868. They were then living on 
land in Clarion County, Penn. Mrs. Corbett lived, afterwards, 
with her daughter, Mrs. Wray, in Ashley, O. 

Children of Edward C. and Sarah Corbett : 

1079. Wynkoop Corbett. He lived in Waterloo, Black Hawk 
County, Iowa. 

1080. Wilson Corbett. He was severely wounded, and taken 
prisoner, at the battle of Fredericksburg, and was never 
heard of afterwards. 

1081. John Corbett. He lived at Belleville, Kirkland Co., O. 

1082. Miles Corbett. He was mayor of Ouray, Cal., in 1879. 

1083. Sarah Corbett: m. King, of Kingsville, Clarion 

County, Penn. 

1084. Phcebe Corbett: m. McCune. She lived with Mrs. 

King. 

1085. Corbett: m. Mills. She also lived with Mrs. 

King. 

1086. Corbett: m. James L. Wray, and lived at Ashley, 

Delaware Co., O. 

1087. 
1088. 
1089. 

661. John Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) died in August, i860: married Elizabeth 
Corbett, niece of Edward C, who married John's sister Sarah. 
He lived in Clarion County, Penn., for some years, and then re- 
moved to Forest County, where he engaged in the lumber busi- 



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ness. He was a county commissioner for six years, and a 
magistrate for several years. 

Children of John and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

1090. Curtis. Lived in Alleghany Co., Penn., probably. 

1091. Francis. Lived somewhere "at the West." 

1092. Miles. Lived in Brookville, Jefferson Co., Penn., 
probably. 

1093. 
1094. 
1095. 

663. Mary Anne Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born June 20, 1806: died June 17, 
1889: married, in May, 1824, Joseph O'Harra, of Columbus, 
Ohio, who died March 17, 1864. 

They bought land on Darby Run, fourteen miles from Colum- 
bus, shortly after their marriage ; and the widow lived there with 
her son Gerardus. 

Children of Joseph and Mary A. O'Harra: 

1096. Joseph O'Harra: drowned in Darby Run, aged 5 years. 

1097. James Gilkyson O'Harra: b. Dec. 9, 1828: m. Jane 
Beach. 

1098. Garret Wynkoop O'Harra: b. Aug. 16, 1830: m. Rachel A. 
Bailey. 

1099. Anne Maria O'Harra: b. Nov. 2, 1832: m. John R. Rea- 
son. 

1 100. Russell Bigelow O'Harra: b. Mch. 15, 1835: m. Sarah E. 
Sessler. 

1101. William Martin O'Harra: b. in 1837: m. Elica Beach. 

1102. Gerardus Miles O'Harra: b. June 15, 1841: unmarried. 

664, Susan Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born June 3, 1808: married February 1, 
1827, Amos Meneley, a Virginian, by birth, who died June 3, 
1 86 1. His family name was McNeely, originally. 

They opened a hotel on Friend Street, Columbus, O., shortly 
after their marriage; and they kept it for 30 years. 

The widow was living in Columbus, in 1879, with her daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Corbett. 

Children of Amos and Susan Meneley : 

1103. Rosalia Amy Meneley : b. Dec. 6, 1827: m. Apl. 20, 1848, 
Gerardus Corbett, who died about 1878. 



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1104. John Meneley : b. June 8, 1830: m. Mch. 30, 1851, Caroline 
Brown, of Madison Co., who d. in Oct., 1866. 

1105. Garret Meneley: b. Dec. 20, 1831: d. Aug: 27, 1836. 

1106. Mary Virginia Meneley : b. Oct. 26, 1839: m. July 3, 1861, 
Theodore Jones, of Columbus. He was Lieut. -Col., in 
1861, of the 30th Reg. O. Inf.; and he became Colonel. 
He was taken prisoner at the battle of Antietam, and was 
confined in Libby Prison, for two weeks. He was with 
Gen'l William T. Sherman, in the march to the sea ; and he 
returned home as brevet Brig. -Gen'l. 

665. Matthew B. Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, 
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married, 1st, Elizabeth Work: 
married, 2d, Mary Van Lear. [Van lier = of the lyre]. He 
lived in Marion, Indiana County, Penn. 

Children of Matthew B. and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

1 107. John. 

1 108. Agnes. 

1 109. Jane. 

1 1 10. Elizabeth. 

Children of Matthew B. and Mary Wynkoop: 

li 1 1. Robert C. 

1 1 12. Lucinda. 

1 113. William. 

1 1 14. Matthew B. He lived in Brady, Indiana Co., Penn. 

1 1 15. James S. 

1 1 16. George S. 

1 1 17. Emily. 

1 1 18. Gerardus. 

667. Gerardus Wynkoop /(Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) died in July, i860, in Zanesville, Ohio: 
married Nancy Farrell, of Hagerstown, Md., who died in 1868, in 
Zanesville. 

Children of Gerardus and Nancy Wynkoop : 

1 1 19. Mary Anne. She died in infancy. 

1120. James M. : d. in 1868, in Zanesville. He lived in the 
South, and served in the Rebel army, and was in the en- 
gagements at Pensacola and Pittsburg Landing; and, at 
Murfreesboro, he was taken prisoner. 

He had been a member of the 1st Reg. Ohio Vol., in the 
war against Mexico. 



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1 1 21. John B.: d. in his 18th year, in Raymond, Miss. He was 
for a short time, editor of the Zanesville Aurora, and he 
contributed leading articles to the Louisville Courier, and 
essays and poems, to several other journals. 

1 1 22. Matthew Bennett: b. Feb. 16, 1830: m. Susie V. Hanlin. 

1 1 23. Gerardus. He died in infancy. 

1 1 24. William N. He also died in infancy. 

1 1 25. Henry W. : b. Dec. 31, 1837: m. Mary C. Wilson. 

668. David Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married Jane McCune, of Indiana County, 
Penn. He was subsequently a planter in Muskingum County, 
Ohio. 

Children of David and Jane McC. Wynkoop : 

1 1 26. Hannah. 

1 127. Elizabeth. 

1 1 28. Margaret. 

1 1 29. Matilda. 

1 130. Julia Anne. 

1 13 1. David A. 

669. John Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born August 3, 1804: died December 23, 
1880: married, March 1, 1827, Jane Mosgrove, of Kittanning, 
Armstrong County, Penn. He lived in Strattonville, Clarion 
County, Penn. His widow was living, in 1886, in Worth ville, 
Jefferson County, Penn., with her daughter, Mrs. Geist. 

Children of John and Jane Wynkoop : 

1 132. Jane: b. Mch. 6, 1828: d. in infancy. 

1 133. Matthew: b. Mch. 17, 1829: m. Elizabeth W. Wright. 

1134. Mary Anne: b. July'6, 1831: m., 1st, Feb. 2, 1854, Capt. 
John McNutt, of Clarion Co., Penn., who died Oct. 1, 1879. 
He kept a store in Worthville. She married, 2d, Alvin 
Startzel. 

1 135. Elizabeth Thomasine : b. Apl. 13, 1835: m., Nov. 12, 1863, 
Christopher Thompson, who d. June 18, 1886. He was a 
planter, at Mechanicsville, Clarion Co. The widow lived 
in Frampton, in the same county. 

1 136. Isabella F. : b. Aug. 16, 1837: m., Nov. 27, 1855, Samuel 
Cale, of Shippensburg, Columbia Co., Penn. They lived 
in Corsica, Jefferson Co. 

1 137. Rebecca Jane: b. Jan. 28, 1840: m. Jesse G. Geist. 



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1138. James H. : b. Sept. 2, 1842. He entered the Union army, 
in 1863: was wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor, Va. ; 
and died June 3, 1864. 

1139. Caroline: b. Sept. 13, 1844: d. Aug. 3, 1854. 

1140. John C. : b. Sept. 15, 1847: d. Oct. 29, 1848. 

670. Eliza R. Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Garardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married William Martin. They lived 
in Cunningham, Clarion County, Penn. 

Children of William and Eliza R. Martin : 

1 141. John W. Martin. 

1 142. Sarah R. Martin. 

1 143. Margaret J. S. Martin. 

1 144. Maria P. Martin. 

671. William Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married Mary Smouse, of Indiana 
County, Penn. 

Child of William and Mary Wynkoop : 

1145. David: b. Aug. 3, 1827: m. Margaret Montgomery. 

675. James Wynkoop, (David 374, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45 , 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born October 17, 1800: married, February 
22, 1826, Mary Wood, of Philadelphia. He was a planter, near 
Mount Vernon, O. 

Children of James and Mary Wynkoop : 

1 146. David: m. Elizabeth Farley, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 
and lived near that place. 

1 147. William: m. Jane Mary Somers, of Knox County, O., and 
was a planter in that county. 

1 148. Margaretta: m. Norman Bliss. She survived him, and 
lived in Jasper County, Iowa. 

1 149. Catharine. 

1150. Mary. 

677. Stephen Rose Wynkoop, Rev., (David 374, Gerardus 153, 
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born November 24, 1806, in 
Northampton, Bucks County, Penn.; died, June 8, 1876, in 
Princeton, N. J., of pneumonia: married, August 24, 1836, Au- 
relia Mills, born November 26, 1800, died December 26, 1891, 
daughter of Judge Isaac and Abigail (Phelps) Mills, the former of 
New Haven, Conn., and the latter of Stafford Springs, Tolland 
County, in the same State. The family name, Mills, was origin- 
ally Van der Meulen, or Molen, that is, of the mills. 



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Stephen was graduated at Union College, in 1829. His first 
occupation was that of teacher, in Albany, N. Y., and in Ohio. 
He accompanied Rev. John Leighton Wilson, to Africa, in 
1833-34, upon a tour of investigation, on behalf of the American 
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, exploring the 
western coast, to select a favorable location for a mission. He 
entered the seminary, in Princeton, N. J., in 1834, and spent two 
years in study; but his health had been impaired by a fever 
resulting from his African trip, and his studies were delayed. 
However, he was licensed by the presbytery of New Brunswick, 
February 8, 1837, and was ordained by them, August 7, 1838; 
and he then took charge of the First Presbyterian Church, in 
Wilmington, Del. It was in a very low condition, spiritually and 
secularly; but, under his labors, it soon showed signs of growth 
and prosperity. He was installed as pastor, January 22, 1839, by 
the presbytery of Newcastle. The relation thus constituted 
proved to be a very happy one, and continued in unbroken 
harmony, and great usefulness, for nearly twenty years, in which 
period, continuous and numerous additions were made to the 
church, to which he ministered with fervor and success as a 
preacher, and with remarkable fidelity as a pastor. In the 
autumn of 1857, his health had become feeble, and he felt 
constrained to go southward, for the winter. He offered his 
resignation; but the church declined to receive it, with strong ex- 
pressions of attachment to their pastor; but they granted to him 
leave of absence for a year. He then went to Florida; but, in 
the spring following, his health was not restored, and his voice 
was incapable of preaching service, and he again presented his 
resignation, and the pastoral relation was dissolved, April 13, 
1858. The three years following were spent by him at New 
Haven, where his two sons were in college. The years from 1862 
to 1868 were spent chiefly in travel, with sojourns in many 
places of interest, in this country and in Europe. In 1869, 
he settled down in Princeton, N. J., which was his residence 
thenceforth, until the end of his life. His son, Theodore, 
had become a missionary to northern India, and the parents 
left home, in August, 1870, and made a visit to their son, 
of more than a year, reaching home again in August, 1872. 

He was a modest, true, kindhearted man, instructive as a 
preacher, faithful and beloved as a pastor, honored by his 



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brethren, and successful in the whole work of the ministry. His 
widow made her home with her son, then pastor of the Western 
Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C. 2 ** 

He was tall and spare in figure, and had a calm and intellectual 
face. The compiler met with him, in the city of New York; and, 
with his widow, in Washington, in 1880. 

Children of Rev. Stephen and Aurelia Wynkoop : 

1 1 51. Theodore Stephen, Rev.: b. Nov. 22, 1839: married Oct. 
10, 1893, at Georgetown, D. C, Mary Mason Dodge, only 
daughter of William and Sallie E. (Mason) Dodge. 

He was graduated at Yale College, in 1861, and subse- 
quently at the seminary, in Princeton: was ordained 
October 13, 1864, and installed pastor of the 2d Pres- 
byterian Church, Huntington, L. I., N.Y. : the pastoral 
relation was dissolved in October, 1868: and he sailed for 
India, as missionary, in November, 1868, and was sta- 
tioned at Allahabad, in northern India. 

He returned to the United States, in September, 1876, 
and was installed as pastor of the Western Presbyterian 
Church, Washington, D. C, October 23, 1878. His resig- 
nation of that pastorate was approved August 21, 1893, by 
the presbytery of Washington City, and he closed his 
ministry there, Sunday, August 27. He and his wife 
sailed from New York, October 14, 1893 ; and, on January 
4, 1894, he took charge of his new office, as Secretary of the 
North India Bible Society. In the May following, he was 
made honorary secretary of the North India Tract Society. 

1152. Gerardus Hillis, M.D.: b. June 4, 1843: m. Anne Eliza 
Woodbury. 

678. Henry Wynkoop, (David 374, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born January 16, 1809: married, October 
9, 1833, Lydia Cornell, born September 30, 1814. He was a 
planter at Brownsbury, Columbia County, Penn. ; and, after- 
wards, at Taylors ville, Bucks County. 

Children of Henry and Lydia Wynkoop : 

1 1 53. Stephen R. : b. Feb. 1, 1835: d. Oct. 6, 1843. 

1154. Louisa Anne: b. Sept. 3, 1836: m., Jan. 11, i860, James 
B. Jamison. They lived in Taylorsville. 

1 1 55. Ellen K. : b. Mch. 8, 1839: m. Samuel T. Buckman. 

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1156. Mary: b. May 10, 1841. 

1157. David: b. Jan. 20, 1844: d. Sept. 11, 1844. 

1 158. Henry: b. Aug. 17, 1847: m. Feb. 17, 1870, Emily G. 
Nippes, dau. of Henry and Anna (Kenderdine) Nippes, 
and their dau., Anna, m. Lieut. George Marvell. 

1 1 59. Harriet B: m. Quick. 

681. Thomas Langstroth Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerardus 
153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born January 18, 1802: 
married, January 11, 1827, Elizabeth Torbert, born November 
14, 1798, daughter of James and Margaret Torbert. He was a 
planter, in Bucks County, Penn. 

Children of Thomas L. and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

1 160. James Torbert: b. Apl. 8, 1829: m., Jan. 13, 1853, 
Rachel Cornell, b. Nov. 4, 1831, daughter of William and 
Margaret (Stevens) Cornell. He was a planter, in Bucks 
County. 

1161. Catharine Langstroth: b. Aug. 11, 1831: m., Feb. 22, 
1854, Anthony T. Vansant, a planter in Bucks County. 
[Van zand = of the sand.] 

1162. William: b. July 1, 1835: m. Rachel A. Blaker. 

1163. Samuel Torbert : b. Sept. 29, 1837 : m. Eliza Conly Snyder. 

1164. Thomas Henry: b. Aug. 28, 1841: d. June 17, 1862. He 
was a member of the 104th Reg. Penn. Vol., and was 
transferred to the gun-boat Mound City, and was killed 
by her explosion. There were two rebel batteries, at St. 
Charles, White River, Ark. ; and, at the storming of them, 
a cannon ball penetrated the vessel, and pierced her 
boiler. Out of 175 men on the vessel, only 26 survived. 245 

682. Gerardus Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born May 6, 1803: died in 1889: 
married, 1st, December 27, 1832, Matilda McNair, born August 
2, 1811, died April 16, 1852: married, 2d, October 19, 1856, 
Isabella Craven, born January 28, 1825, daughter of John and 
Elizabeth Craven. He was a planter, in Bucks County, Penn. 

Children of Gerardus and Matilda Wynkoop : 

1165. Susan Baker: b. June 1, 1836: m. Dec. 30, 1868, Elias E. 
Smith, M.D., and settled in Newtown, Penn. 

1 166. Emeline Elizabeth: b. Apl. 7, 1842: m. Feb.. 11, 1869, 
William Patterson, of Doylestown, Penn. 

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1167. Mary Alice: b. Aug. 22, 1844: m. Elijah Torbert. 
Children of Gerardus and Isabella Wynkoop : 

1168. Matilda Emma: b. Sept. 29, 1857: m. John L. Janney. 

1169. George Craven : b. Jan. 7, 1.859: d. May, 1891: unmarried. 

1 1 70. Elizabeth: b. June 1, 1863. 

684. Catharine Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born September 24, 1806: died Decem- 
ber 18, 1834: married, October 14, 1824, James B. McNair, M.D. 
They settled in Pennington, N. J. 

Children of Dr. James B. and Catharine McNair: 

1 17 1. William McNair. A Presbyterian minister. 
1172. 

H73- 

1174. 

1*75- 

686. Christopher Langstroth Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerar- 
dus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born September 2, 
1 810: married, July 25, 1835, Catharine Maria Wyckoff. He 
lived in Pennington, N. J.; and, afterwards, in Newtown, Penn. 
He delved among the family and other records, in pursuit of 
some landed interests; and from him the compiler derived con- 
siderable information. 

Children of Christopher L. and Catharine M. Wynkoop : 

1 176. James Stephenson. 

1 1 77. Sarah Reynolds: m., in 1863, William Shelmire. 

1 1 78. Samuel Wyckoff: a private in the 54th Reg. Penn. Vol. 

1 1 79. Mary. 

692. Susan Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married Isaac Baker, of Princeton, N. J. 

Children of Isaac and Susan Baker: 

1 180. Elias Baker: m. Elizabeth Craig Burroughs. 

1 181. Phcebe Baker: m., 1st, William Ely; m., 2d, Alexander 
Hamilton. 

1 182. Stephen Baker: m. Kate Ashfield. 

1 183. Samuel Baker: m. Mary McNair. 

1184. Elizabeth Rose Baker: b. Nov. 30, 1837: m. Rev. Dr. 
Joseph T. Duryea. 

693. Caroline Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153, 
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married John Gulick, of King- 
ston, N. J. 



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Children of John and Caroline Gulick : 

1 185. Henry Gulick. 

1 186. Harriet Gulick. 

1 187. Hannah Gulick. 

694. David Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married Elizabeth Welling, daughter 
of Isaac. They lived in Pennington, N.J. 

1 1 88. Isabella Wiley. 

1 189. Welling Wiley. 

710. Garret Wynkoop, (Garrett 381, Adrian 154, Gerrit 45, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1 :) married, in 1841, Julia Adelaide Mountz, 
who died October 26, 1872, daughter of Jacob and Pamelia 
Mountz, of Georgetown, D. C. He was in mercantile business, in 
Hedgesville, W. Va., from 1840. 

Children of Garret and Julia A. Wynkoop : 

1 190. Pamelia Winter: m. Dr. Lafayette H. Jordan, of Mount 
Jackson, Shenamdoah Co., Va. 

1 191. Mary Emma: m., May 22, 1883, Rev. William Thomas 
Leavell, rector of the P. E. church, at Hedgesville and at 
Berkeley Springs, Va. 

1 192. Adrian Garret: m., Oct. 14, 1891, Mary Brooke Yates, of 
Flowing Springs, Va. He was a lawyer, at Woodstock, 
Va.; and he is of the firm of Wynkoop, Walter, & Co., 
real estate agents, at Charlestown, W. Va. : and he is, or 
was, president of the real estate exchange. 

1 193. Julia Adelaide: m. Decius Decimus Carter, M.D., of 
Maryland. 

1 194. Clara Virginia: m., in 1877, Rev. James Owen Dorsey, of 
the Episcopal church. 

1 195. William Hamilton: died aged 18 months. 

712. Anne Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry 
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born September 18, 
1788: married, June 6, 1820, Rev. Alexander Boyd, pastor of the 
Presbyterian church, at Newtown, Penn. 

Children of Rev. Alexander and Anne Boyd: 

1 196. Reading Beattie Boyd: b. Feb. 12, 182 1 : studied medicine, 
and went as U. S. assistant surgeon, to Oregon or Wash- 
ington: left the army, and settled there. 246 

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1 1 9 ; . James Worth B oyd : b . Meh. i S . i S 2 S . He was in the war 
against Mexico, and was seized by a disease of which he 
died in hospital, in Cincinnati. 

1198. Henry Beattie Boyd: b. in May. 1832: d. aged 4 mos. 
714. Charles Clinton Beattie. M.D., (Christina Wynkoop 390, 

Judge Henry 157. Nicholas 46. Gerret 5. Cornelius 1,) born Aug- 
ust 27. 1793: d. in March. 1S76: married, in November, 1S22, 
Rebecca Vanuxem. of Morrisville. Penn.. who died October 9, 
1864. She was sister to James, Jun.. mentioned under 392. 

In 1S25. he removed from Peon's Manor to Abington; and 
retired from the practice of medicine shortly after and settled 
upon a plantation. He was a ruling elder of the Abington 
church, and superintendent of the Sabbath-school: also one of 
the public school directors. He sold his plantation, after the 
death of his daughter and his wife, and lived with his sisters in 
Abington. 

Child of Dr. Charles C. and Rebecca Beattie: 

1 199. Ellen Beattie: b. Sept. 27. 1S23: d. in 1863. She was an 
invalid, for the greater part of her life. 

T16. Mar}- Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry 
157. Nicholas 46. Gerret 5. Cornelius 1,) born January 6, 1798: 
died February 28. 1SS7 : married. October 20. 1S20, Rev. Robert 
Steel, bom January 9. 1 794, in the north of Ireland, died Septem- 
ber 2. 1S62. He was pastor of the Abington church. His 
widow remained in Abington. 

Children of Rev. Robert and Mary Steel: 
i2cc. Anne Elizabeth Steel : b. Sept. 10,1823: m., Oct. 21, 1845, 
John J. C. Harvey, a planter, near Abington, afterwards, 
of Jenkintown. He was superintendent of the erection of 
the Presbyterian church in Abington, and of the mission 
chapel in Jenkintown. He was a member of the State 
Legislature. 

1 201. Christina Beattie Steel: b. May 5. 1825. She was engaged 
in teaching, for a time: afterwards, she lived with her 
mother, and was active in the church and Sabbath-school. 

1202. Reading Beattie Steel: b. June 3. 1829 : was drowned June 
ic, 1847, while bathing in the Delaware River. He was 
then a member of Lafayette College. Easton, Penn. 

1203. James Henry Steel: b. Sept. 9. 1831. d. Aug. 22. 1832. 

1204. Robert Boileau Steel: b. July 10. 1833: d. Aug. 31, 1S34. 



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1205. Sarah Wilson Steel: b. July 8, 1836: d. Apl. 15, 1865, 
suddenly, while apparently in perfect health. 

1206. Charles Beattie Steel: b. July 8, 1838: d. July 20, 1838. 

1207. Mary Beattie Steel: b. Dec. 30, 1839: m. Dr. Samuel B. 
Harvey. 

717. John Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry 157, 
Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born May 13, 1800: married, 
1st, April 16, 1828, Emily P. Moore, who died July 17, 1829, 
eldest daughter of Dr. Samuel Moore, of Philadelphia: married, 
2d, December 4, 1833. Mary Asheton Henry, of Evansburg, Penn., 
who was living in 1873. 

He lived with his parents, at Newtown, Penn.. after the death 
of his first wife, for about a year. He bought from Dr. Moore, 
land at Bridgepoint, and occupied it. 183 1-4 1 : then he sold it, 
and occupied other land in the neighborhood. He entered into 
the coal business, at Port Carbon, in 1842, and left it in 1844, and 
removed to the manse in Abington, which he occupied for three 
years. Thence he removed to Huntington, where he remained 
until 1856, and then settled in Doylestown. He was a ruling 
elder of the churches, in Port Carbon, Abington, and Doylestown, 
respectively. He was 6 feet 3 inches in height. 

Child of John and Emily P. Beattie: 

1208. Emily Beattie: b. July 4. 1829: m., Oct. 12, 1858, George 
F. Curwen, a planter, of Walnut Hill. 

Children of John and Mary A. Beattie : 

1209. Reading Beattie: b. Sept. 2.. 1834: m., Feb. 19. 1S56, 
Harriet A. Moorhead. 

1210. Frances Henry Beattie: b. Nov. 5. 1837: m.. Nov. 9. 
1 86 1, Capt. Robert Holmes. U. S. Vol. 

1 21 1. Joseph Henry Beattie: b. Mch. 11. 1S40: m.. Oct. 24. 
1865, Olive M. Kearns, of Potterfleld, Penn. 

1 21 2. Susan Asheton Beattie: b. Nov. 30, 1842. 

720. Henry Raguet, (Anne Wynkoop 391, Judge Henry 157, 
Nicholas 46. Gerret 5. Cornelius 1:1 married Marcia A. Towers, 
and removed to Cincinnati. He removed thence to Texas, before 
it had achieved its independence. 

Children of Henry and Marcia A. Raguet : 

1 2 13. Conde Raguet: m. Fannie . 

1 2 14. Augusta Amelia Raguet, who died in the Borough of Man- 
hattan, Xew York City. December 18, 1902: m. Leonard 



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Mortimer Thorne, of New York City. The compiler first 
saw the family motto, in an engraving upon a piece of 
silverware in her possession. As to this motto, see Judge 
Henry [157]. 

1 215. Henry Raguet: m. Pamie 0. Starr; but had no child. 
His widow married Clapp. 

1 21 6. Anna W. Raguet: m. Irion. 

1 21 7. Charles Mansfield Raguet: m. Belle Edwards; and had 
one child. 

722. John Wanshaer Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge 
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born September 9, 
1794, in Newtown, Bucks County, Penn. : died July 1, 1837, in 
Pottsville, Schuylkill County: married, March 4, 1819, Angeline 
C. Estill, who died April 13, 1877, daughter of Britton Estill, of 
Philadelphia. He is described as a man of great cultivation and 
refinement. 

Some pleasant verses of his, addressed "To sister Mary," 
written in 1832, found their way into the Home Journal, New 
York, February 2^, 1856, under the appropriate title of "The 
Voyage of Life." They were given in the supplement to the 
second edition of this genealogy. 

Children of John W. and Angeline Wynkoop : 

1218. Francis Murray, Col.: b. in 1820: m. Anna McK. D. 
Twiggs. 

1219. Anna Maria: b. Jan. 26, 1821: m. Thomas Ives Atwood. 

1220. Emily: b. in 1824: m., 1st, in 185 1, Dr. Thomas Kempton, 
who d. 9 months afterward; m., 2d, in 1854, Col. William 
Brindle, of Penn. She died March 15, 1865, and her child, 
Margaret Petrikin, died three hours later, aged one month. 

1 221. John Estill, Col.: b. in 1826: m., 1st, Harriet Halberstadt; 
m., 2d, Annie Halberstadt. 

1222. Charles Shippen: b. in 1828: m. Catharine Carmichael. 

1223. George, Lieut. -Col. : b. in 1830: m. Mary Trayer. 

1224. Edward Wanshaer, Col.: b. in 1836: m. Louisa Brown. 
724. Henry Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, 

Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born February 23, 1804: 
married, 1st, in 1827, Elizabeth Estill, daughter of Britton: 
married, 2d, Catharine Alexander Snell, daughter of Captain 
James and Mary (Gordon) Snell. 

Children of Henry and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 



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1225. George Campbell: b. in 1828: m. , who died, leav- 
ing 3 children, Anna, Etta, and . He lived in San 

Francisco, Cal. 

1226. Isabella: b. Oct. 20, 1834: m. Jonas White Cole. 

725. George Campbell Wynkoop, Gen'l, (Dr. Nicholas 393, 
Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5> Cornelius 1,) born Febru- 
ary 27, 1806: died September 29, 1882, in Pottsville, Penn. : 
married March 24, 1831, Mary Walker. 

He was one of the four brigadiers from Pennsylvania, in the 
3 months service, during the war for the Union. Afterwards, he 
commanded the 7th Penn. Cav., in Tennessee, where his son, 
Nicholas, was killed. 

He lived in Pottsville, and was elected sheriff, in 1867, on the 
Republican ticket. 

Children of Gen'l George C. and Mary Wynkoop : 

1227. Nicholas, Lieut.: b. Dec. 25, 1831: m. Almira Herman. 

1228. Sarah Elizabeth: b. Mch. 27, 1833: d. Jan. 3, 1859: m. 
May 5, 1858, George Heebner. 

1229. Helen Campbell: b. Feb. 27, 1835. 

1230. Anna Maria: b. Feb. 18, 1837: m. James H. B. Warfield. 

1231. Mary Pastrome: b. Dec, 1838 :.d. Dec. 8, 1841. 

1232. Isabella Town: b. Sept. 1, 1840: m., Nov. 28, 1865, 
Charles Beck. 

1233. Mary Anne: b. Apl. 2, 1842. 

1234. Martha Washington : b. Feb. 22, 1844: m., Sept. 22, 1875, 
Jonathan Paxson. 

1235. Frances Jane: b. Mch. 27, 1846: m. Joseph Paxson. 

1236. George Campbell: b. in 1847: lived in Minersville 
Schuylkill Co. 

1237. Clara A. : b. Jan. 27, 1851. 

1238. Louisa Paxson: b. Dec. 31, 1852. 

1239. William Hughes: b. Feb. 21, 1855. 

726. Mary Helen Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born June 16, 1810: died 
September 4, 1861: married, November 20, 1834, Samuel Clay- 
ton Radford, born January 22, 1810, died October 14, 1883, son 
of Aaron and Mary (Allen) Radford. 

Children of Samuel C. and Mary H. Radford: 

1240. Edward Donaldson Radford: b. Sept. 20, 1835; d. Oct. 9 

1839. 



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1 241. Sarah Francenia Radford: b. Nov. 14, 1836: d. Mch. 14, 
1838. 

1242. Mary Helen Radford: b. Apl. 3, 1839. She was living in 
Upper Darby, Delaware Co., Penn., in 1880; and in 
Philadelphia in June, 1899. The compiler received 
valuable information from her. 

1243. Sarah Francenia Radford: b. Aug. 31, 1841: d. Dec. 25, 
1874: m., Feb. 27, 1861, John Wesley Pierson, son of C. C. 
and Martha Fernley (Haworth) Pierson. 

1244. Samuel Henry Radford: b. Sept. 26, 1846: d., in 1890, in 
Michigan. He enlisted, June 19, 1863, in Comp. A, 33d 
Reg. Penn. Vol. Militia, for an emergency, and was dis- 
charged, August 1, 1863, at Philadelphia. He served 
afterwards, until the close of the war. 

1245. George Campbell Radford: b. May 5, 1848: d. the same 
day. 

1246. Henry Wynkoop Radford, a twin: b. May 5, 1848: d. 
Aug. 5, 1848. 

1247. Catharine Wynkoop Radford: b. Dec. 25, 1850: m., Jan. 
23, 1878, John W. Pierson, named above. 

728. Sarah Francenia Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge 
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born August 13, 
1813 : died March 2, 1899: married, November 30, 1840, Charles 
Watkins Elliott, of Arkansas, who died February 7, 1846, son of 
Benjamin and Frances (Pancha) Elliott. The widow lived in 
West Philadelphia. 

Children of Charles W. and Sarah F. Elliott : 

1248. Edward Benjamin Elliott: b. Nov. 24, 1841: d. Feb. 23, 
1899. He served in the Union army. 

1249. William Henderson Elliott: b. May 23, 1844: d. Nov. 15, 
1863, in the Union army. 

1250. Charles Watkins Elliott: b. Oct. 18, 1846. 

729. Margaret Ledley Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born April 18, 18 10: 
died January 29, 1893, i n Harrisburg, Penn.: married, May 14, 
1833, Rev. Dr. James Clemsen Watson, born January 5, 1805, in 
Donegal township, Lancaster County, Penn., died suddenly, 
August 31, 1880, while on a visit in Philadelphia, son of John 
and Margaret (Clemson) Watson. The body of each was buried 
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Dr. Watson attended the academy, in Newtown, Bucks 
County, Penn., taught by Rev. Alexander Boyd [712]: entered 
the College of New Jersey, Princeton, November 10, 1824, 
was graduated September 26, 1827, and entered the theological 
seminary, Princeton, November 9, 1827: was ordained October 
4, 1832, and installed pastor of the churches in Gettysburg and 
Great Conewago, by the presbytery of Carlisle, and he remained 
there about eighteen years. He was pastor of the church at 
Clinton, N. J., 1849-51: of the church in Kingston, N. J., 
about four years: and he became pastor, in December, 1854, of 
the church in Milton, Penn., and was in that charge when he 
died. The church building in Milton was destroyed by fire in 
May, 1880; but the manse received little injury. 

Children of Dr. James C. and Margaret L. Watson: 

1 251. Mary Patterson Watson: b. Aug. 23, 1835, a ^ Gettysburg, 
Pa. : unmarried : she lives part of the time with her brother 
Henry, and the remainder with her brother Robert. 

1252. Henry Wynkoop Watson: b. Oct. 5, 1836: m., 1st, Mary 
Montgomery: m., 2d, Mary A. Cummin. 

1253. Robert Belville Watson, M.D.: b. May 7, 1838: m., 1st, 
Emma Louisa Grafins: m., 2d, Annie Elliott. 

733. Susan Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 157, 
Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born October 1, 1816: died 
January 10, 1839, in St. Louis, Mo. : married, December 29, 1835, 
Rev. Luther Halsey Van Doren, born in May. 1808. in Hopewell, 
Orange County, N. Y., died in October, 1876, while pastor of the 
Dutch Church, in Middletown, N. J., son of Rev. Isaac and Abbie 
(Halsey) Van Doren. 

Luther was graduated at the College of New Jersey, Princeton, 
in 1 83 1 : studied theology with Rev. Dr. R. B. Smith, Bishop of 
the Episcopal Church in Kentucky : was licensed by the presby- 
tery of West Lexington, Ky. : was ordained by the presbytery 
of Columbia, Mo., in 1834: founded the strong and influ- 
ential First Presbyterian Church, in St. Louis, Mo. : was president 
of Columbia College, now the University of Missouri: was pastor 
in Farmington, Mo., and Columbia, Mo.: was pastor of the 
Tennant Church, Freehold, N. J., some 15 years: pastor at 
Paducah, Ky., 2 years: was pastor, in succession, of the Spring 
Street Presbyterian Church, and 50th Street Presbyterian 
Church, New York: New Vernon, N. J.: Montville Reformed 



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Church, 1871-74: Middletown, 1874-76. His sermons were 
largely blessed. 24 ? 

He married, 2d, in 1840, Lydia A. Carnahan, who died in 1881, 
in Middletown, daughter of Rev. Dr. James Carnahan, President 
of the College of New Jersey. 

Child of Luther H. and Susan (W.) Van Doren: 

1254. Jonathan Edwards Wynkoop Van Doren: b. Dec. 15, 
1836: m. Achsale Amelia Dey Applegate. 

734. Isabella Meredith Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge 
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born July 26, 1821 : 
died in 1892, in Trenton, and was buried there: married, Febru- 
ary 21, 1855, Rev. Winthrop Bailey, who died in August, 1865, 
while pastor of the Presbyterian church, at Southeast Centre, 
Putnam County, N. Y. 

Mr. Bailey had been married before; and his first wife left 
children. 

Mrs. Isabella M. Bailey was living with her daughter, Mrs. 
Wright, in Trenton, N. J., in 1889. She had in her possession, at 
that time, the portrait of Judge Henry Wynkoop [157]. She 
furnished material for this genealogy; and gave to the compiler 
a letter from Judge Henry Wynkoop. 

Children of Winthrop and Isabella M. Bailey: 

1255. Emma Bailey: d. in infancy. 

1256. Anna Wynkoop Bailey : b. Sept. 2, 1857 : married William 
Lewis Puffer, of West Newton, Mass., where he resides. 
He is professor in the School of Technology, Boston. They 
have children: Isabella Bailey; Lewis; Dorothy; and 
Anna Bailey. 

1257. Frances Henrietta Bailey: b. July 6, 1859: married Wil- 
liam Robbins Wright, of Trenton, N. J.; afterwards, 
principal of the public school at Nutley, N. J. They have 
three children: Elizabeth Robbins; Winthrop Robbins; 
and Harmon. 

743a. Franklin Wynkoop, (John 411, Philip 166, Philip 48, 
Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born November 17, 1836, in Montgomery 
County, Penn: motorman: married, December 20, 1865, in 
Philadelphia, Emma Skinner, born July 17, 1846, in Philadelphia, 
daughter of Charles Bryant and Catharine (Jones) Skinner. 

Children of Franklin and Emma Wynkoop : 

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1 25 7 a. Albert Harnisch, Rev.: b. Sept. 17, 1866: m. Lois W. 

Lyman. 
1257B. Sarah Yerkes: b. Mch. 14, 1868. 
1257c. Catharine Lavinia: b. Oct. 9, 1869. 
1257D. Anna. Yerkes: b. Aug. 19, 1871. 
1257E. Edward Reading: b. Feb. 14, 1875. 
1257F. Charles Bryant Skinner: b. Sept. 4, 1876. 
1257G. Frank: b. June 30, 1879. 
1257H. Theodore Skinner: b. May 17, 1886. 
1257 1. Julius Henry Skinner: b. Feb. 23, 1889. 

760. Alida Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus 167, Corne- 
lius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 31, 1801 : married, 
March 5, 18 18, in 2d Dutch Church, Kingston, N. Y., James C. 
Ferris. 

Children of James C. and Alida (W.) Ferris: 

1258. James Ferris. 

1259. John Ferris. 

1260. Charles Ferris. 

1 26 1. Robert D. Ferris. He was in business in New York, and 
lived in Brooklyn. 

1262. Elizabeth Ferris. 

1263. Mary Ferris. 

1264. Martin Ferris. 

1265. Isabella Ferris. 

1266. Alida Ferris. 

762. Sarah Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus 167, Corne- 
lius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 25, 1806: married 
June 30, 1826, at Kingston, N. Y., [record of 2d Dutch Church,] 
Samuel S. Wood, who died in Havana. 

Children of Samuel S. and Sarah Wood: 

1267. Elizabeth C. Wood: b. Apl. 24, 1827: d. Aug. 14, 1865: 
unmarried. 

1268. John Wynkoop Wood : b. Sept. 12, 1829: d. June 17, 1846. 

1269. Stephen Girard Wood: b. Mch. 12, 1832: m., 1st, Helen 
Pruyn; m., 2d, Emma Justina Pruyn. 

764. Robert Dunbar Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus 
167, Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 1, 181 1 : 
died April 2, 1869, in Bergen, N. J.: married Almira Augusta 
Rollins, born February 24, 1816, died January 5, 1870, daughter 
of George and Catharine (Dolan) Rollins. He removed, about 



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1825, from Albany to New York, where he was a member of the 
firm of Heath, Wynkoop & Co., perfumers. 
Children of Robert D. and Almira A. Rollins: 

1270. John Rollins: who lived only a few days. 

1271. Robert D. : b. Aug. 1, 1843 : m - Isabella Van Winkle. 

1272. Catharine Rollins: b. June 7, 1845; d. Mch. 11, 1850, of 
scarlet fever. 

1273. Augustus Bartholomew: b. Aug. 18, 1847: d. Mch. 12, 
1850, also of scarlet fever. 

1274. Fannie Elizabeth: m. Apl. 13, 1876, Frank A. Halsey. 

1275. Frank Rollins: b. June 21, 1853, in Bergen, N. J. 

1276. Helen Augusta. 

1277. Florence Parker: b. Aug. 18, 1858: d. Jan. 26, 1864, of 
diphtheria. 

765. Benjamin Norman Wynkoop, (Abraham 431, Benjamin 
175, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born in 1808: died 
August 16, 1857: married, October 5, 1837, Rachel W. Monge, 
who died June 14, 1855, in her 37th year. 

Children of Benjamin N. and Rachel W. Wynkoop: 

1278. Helen Wooddrop: b. Mch. 21, 1841: m. William A. 
Garden. They lived in Lansdowne, Penn. 

1279. Henry Norman: b. Jan. 4, 1848. 

1280. Joseph Sims: b. Dec. 22, 1851. 

766. Joseph Pilmore Wynkoop, (Abraham 431, Benjamin 175, 
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born December 15, 181 1, 
died October 26, 1842: married, February 20, 1834, Matilda 
Charlotte Baird, born September 24, 18 18, daughter of John 
and Jane (Walker) Baird. 

Children of Joseph P. and Matilda C. Wynkoop: 

1281. George Henry: b. Nov. 29, 1834: d. June 9, 1876: married 
Nov. 10, 1858, Emma J. Schelinger, b. June 6, 1839. 

1282. Benjamin Joseph: b. Mch. 18, 1837: m., Mch. 10, 1866, 
Martha Ellena Osborne. 

1283. Thomas Pilmore: b. Dec. 25, 1838: d. Nov. 2, 1864. 

1284. Hannah Matilda : b. Nov. 8, 1840: m., June 18, 187 1, Paul 
Hackadoor Garabedian. 

767. Alfred Wynkoop, M.D., (Abraham 431, Benjamin 175, 
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born April 3, 1825: 
married, April 17, 1856, Helen Keturah Crispin, of Salcombe, 
Devonshire, England. He was a druggist and physician, in 



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Philadelphia: then a surgeon, in the Union army; then a druggist 
and physician, in New York: and, afterwards, in Philadelphia. 
Child of Dr. Alfred and Helen K. Wynkoop : 

1285. Wooddrop: b. Dec. i, 1858. 

771. Caroline Davis, (Mary Wynkoop 434, Abram 176, 
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) who died in 1847. She 
married Thomas Tennant, from England. 248 

Children of Thomas and Caroline Tennant : 

1286. Mary Emma Tennant: m. John M. Gardner. She lives, 
as his widow, in Baltimore. 

1287. Anna Caroline Tennant: m. Carl Otto Hahn. 

1288. Thomas Henry Tennant : deceased. 

1289. Eliza Davis Tennant: unmarried. 

1290. David Leon Tennant: deceased. 

775. Harriet Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178, Benja- 
min 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born May 19, 1797: married, 
December 2, 181 9, Alfred Frye, born September 6, 1788, son of 
Abiel and Abigail (Farnam) Frye. 

Children of Alfred and Harriet Frye: 

1 291. Adelia Antoinette Frye: b. in 1822. 

1292. Albert S. Frye: b. in 1824: lived in Howard City, Mich. 

1293. Alonzo F. Frye: b. in 1826: lived in Omega, Cal. 

1294. Myra Jane Frye: b. in 1831. 

776. Julia Antoinette Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born April 18, 1799: 
died September 23, 1855, in Belle vue, Iowa: married April 29, 
1827, William Seaward, born July 9, 1799. 

Children of William and Julia A. (W.) Seaward: 

1295. Amos Seaward: b. Mch. 29, 1828: d. July 6, 1829. 

1296. Benjamin Wynkoop Seaward: b. Jan. 29, 1830. 

1297. Hannah Jane Seaward: b. Oct. 10, 1832. 

1298. Ophelia Cecilia Seaward: b. Nov. 3, 1835. 

1299. William Tell Seaward: b. June 9, 1838. 

777. Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born June 17, 1801, in 
Chemung, N. Y. : died there, September 15, 1874: married, June 
8, 1837, Phoebe Heermans, born July 4, 1818, in Scranton, Penn., 
daughter of Philip and Mary (Fellows) Heermans, and niece of 
Joseph Fellows, agent of the Pultney estate. 

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Alonzo attended school in Geneva, N. Y., and taught school in 
that vicinity, and so found an opening into the book-store of Col. 
James Bogert, who, afterwards, took him into partnership. He 
returned, in the autumn of 1837, to the old plantation of Maj. 
William Wynkoop [138], at Chemung, and passed the remainder 
of his life there. 

The compiler obtained much information from him, and found 
him an interesting correspondent. 

Children of Alonzo I. and Phoebe Wynkoop: 

1300. Mary Corneille: b. July 15, 1839: m. Charles M. Young. 

1301. Harriet Louise: b. June 6, 1841: married July 20, 1865, 
Charles Samuel Farrar, professor in Vassar College. 

1302. Helen Mar: b. Sept. 7, 1843: m. William W. Everett. 

1303. Josephine: b. Jan. 9, 1846. 

1304. Frank: b. Sept. 23, 1849: d. Apl. 8, 1874, in Wauconda, 
111. 

1305. Myra Kate: b. June 9, 1856. 

779. Ninolia Theban Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 19, 
1805: died March 31, 1869, in Bellevue, Jackson County, Iowa: 
married, February n, 1833, in Chemung, N. Y., Christiana 
Moore, born March 3, 181 2, in Minisink, Orange County, N. Y., 
daughter of David and Elizabeth (Fullerton) Moore. 

After Ninolia's death, his widow went to Howell's Station, 
Orange County, N. Y., for a long visit, and on business relating 
to her father's estate. After her return to Bellevue, she and her 
family removed to Maquoketa, Iowa. 

Children of Ninolia T. and Christiana Wynkoop : 

1306. Cecilia Bradner: b. July 29, 1834, in Chemung: d. Aug. 8, 
1888: m. Nov. 20, 1852, Augustus Gideon Hammond. 
Children : 

i. Harry A. Hammond: m. Margaret Teeter, 
ii. William W. Hammond: m. Belle Comstock; and has 

a son Harry, and a daughter, . 

iii. Mary Louisa Hammond: b. July 27, 1867 : d. Oct. 5, 

1902 : m. S. Perry Holmes, and had a child, William. 

1307. Don Alonzo: b. Sept. 17, 1836: m. Sept. 1, 1863, in Belle- 
vue, Iowa, Annie Carroll Coulehan, b. Dec. 17, 1843, in 
Wheeling, W. Va., dau. of Jas. C. and Martha Jane (Porter- 
field) Coulehan. The family resided at Bellevue, until 



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1888, and since that time at Maquoketa, in the same 
county. He is a noted lawyer in criminal cases, in Iowa. 
Children : 
i. Lulu: b. May 31, 1864 d. in infancy. 
ii. Mary Virginia : b. Mch. 19, 1868: m., Nov. 28, 1901. 
Eugene Roscoe Moore, of the Moores of Maryland, 
son of Samuel Moore, of Sharpsburg, and nephew 
of Gen. Jubal Early. They live in Anamosa, Iowa. 
Mr. Moore claims descent from John Moore, younger 
brother of the Earl of Drogheda, Ireland, who came 
to the province of New York in 167 1, with a large 
land-grant from Charles II 
iii. Don Walter: b. Nov. 1, 1881: d. June 6, 1898. 

1308. Sara Louisa: b. Dec. 7, 1838: d. July 16, 1865: m. June 
29, 1859, Edward Ford, of Great Barrington, Mass. They 
had 2 children, who died in infancy. 

1309. Harriet Cornelia: b. Jan. 1, 1 841, in Phillip sburgh, Orange 
County, N. Y. : d. Feb. 6, 1889: m. Nov. 21, 1865, Henry 
James Hall. Children: 

i. Lillian Hall: b. Oct. 9, 1866: m. Winney, and 

has a child, Theban. 
ii. Harry Hall: b. Sept. 30, 1868: d. May 8, 1887. 

13 10. Anne Elizabeth: b. Apl. 13, 1842: d. Oct. 16, 1885: m. 
John N. Wood. Child: 

i. John Stephen Wood: b. Mch. 26, 1879. 

1311. Mary Isabella: b. Apl. 5, 1844, in Thebandale, N. Y. : m. 
Fred. M. Taylor: they have no child. 

13 1 2. Phcebe Delia: b. May 11, 1846: m. Nov. 23, 1870, Edgar 
Seaburn (or Stafford) Cotton. Child: 

i. George Cotton: b. Dec. 11, 1876: d. Mch. 8, 1888. 

13 13. Emma Georgiana: b. June 22, 1850, in Wyoming, Stark 
County, 111.: m. Frank M. Fort: but has no child. 

1314. Kate: b. Dec. 29, 1852: d. Apl. 26, 1893: m. E. L. Mat- 
thews. Child: 

i. Bessie Louise Matthews: b. Oct. 28, 1879. 

1315. Alice Almira: b. Mch. 19, 1856, in Bellevue, Iowa: d. Oct. 
29, 1880. 

780. Nile Frost Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born November 9, 1807: 
married, October 15, 1840, Sarah Anne Heermans, born May 23, 



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1820, sister to Phoebe, who married his brother Alonzo [777]. 
He lived on a part of the old plantation of Maj. William Wyn- 
koop [138]. The compiler received from him valuable informa- 
tion, and interesting letters. 

Children of Nile F. and Sarah A. Wynkoop : 

1316. Guy: b. July 15, 1841, in Chemung, N. Y. : d. Aug. 30, 
1864, in the rebel pen at Anderson ville. He left school, 
when nearly ready for college, and enlisted in the 10th 
Reg., N. Y. Cavalry. His party were surrounded, while 
defending a ford, and Guy was captured and imprisoned. 

1317. Sayer: b. Mch. 12, 1844: m., Nov. 23, 1875, Arabella 
Clark, in Zilwaukie, Mich. He had served 3 years, in the 
war for the Union. 

1318. Delia Antoinette: b. Sept. 29, 1846: m. Henry S. Bridge- 
man. 

1319. Alice Louise: b. Sept. 1, 1852: m. Charles Rockwell. 

1320. Philip Heermans: b. Sept. 25, 1854. 

1321. Ada Bell: b. Oct. 31, 1857. 

1322. Joseph Frost: b. May 26, 1864. 

783. Cornelia Amanda Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born October 6, 
1 8 14: married, October 15, 1840, Daniel James Watkins, born 
May 9, 1808, in Orange County, N. Y., son of Hon. Samuel and 
Mary (Booth) Watkins. 

Children of Daniel J. and Cornelia A. Watkins: 

1323. William Wynkoop Watkins: b. Aug. 16, 1841, in Che- 
mung, N. Y. : d. Mch. 2, 1844. 

1324. William Wynkoop Watkins: b. Mch. 19, 1845, in Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

1325. George Torrey Watkins: b. Jan. 23, 1848, in Bellevue, 
Iowa: d. Oct. 13, 1849. 

1326. Mary Hannah Watkins: b. Jan. 25, 1850. 

1327. Daniel James Watkins: b. July 19, 1852. 

1328. Cornelia Watkins : b. Mch. 27, 1856: d. Sept. 12, 1857. 

784. William Tell Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born May 25, 1817: 
died January 30, 1870: married, February 28, 1850, Sarah Jane 
Booth, born March 19, 1823, daughter of Hon. John B. and 
Harriet (Houston) Booth. He was an elder of the Presbyterian 
church, in Bellevue, Iowa, for some years, until his death. He 



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died from injuries received in the running away of a span of 
young horses, attached to a sleigh. 

Children of William T. and Sarah J. Wynkoop: 

1329. Isabella Houston: b. Sept. 30, 1851, in Bellevue, Iowa. 

1330. Benjamin Booth: b. Aug. 7, 1853. 

1331. Ella M.: b. Feb. 7, 1856. 

1332. Myra D. : b. Aug. 26, 1858. 

1333. Edwin V. : b. Dec. 2, i860. 

1334. Catharine: b. Oct. 6, 1863: d. Sept. 12, 1869. 

1335. William Trott : b. Sept. 12, 1865. 

786. Abraham Wynkoop, (John 445, Benjamin 178, Benjamin 
53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born December 4, 1792: died in 
1866: married, in 182 1, Elizabeth Ellis, born February 25, 1803, 
died July 13, 1868. 

Children of Abraham and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

1336. Francis Grey: b. Sept. 13, 1822: m. Catharine Grassby. 

1337. Legrand Dempster: b. Nov. 2, 1824: m. Zelia Cornell. 
He was the inventor of the Prize Turbine Water-wheel, 
1878. They lived in Owosso, Mich. 

1338. Deborah Lucretia: b. Nov. 24, 1828: m. Ferdinand 
McDuffie. 

1339. Alida Elizabeth: b. Nov. 28, 1830: m. Abram Sible. 
They lived in Rapids City, 111. 

788. John Wynkoop, (John 445, Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, 
Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born in 1798: married Sarah Thorp, 
of Weston, Conn., and lived in that place, until his death. 

Children of John and Sarah Wynkoop : 

1340. William — or Henry. 

1 341. Grissel. 

789. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (John 445, Benjamin 178, Benja- 
min 53. Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born about 1800: married 
Daniel Gray, of Stratford, Conn., afterwards of Chemung, N. Y. 

Children of Daniel and Elizabeth Gray: 

1342. Esther Gray — called also Grissel: m., and had a child, 
Gerard. 

1343. Susan Gray: m. Smith Hart: lived in Chemung. 

790. Legrand Wynkoop, (John 445, Benjamin 178, Benjamin 
53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born September 15, 1809: married, 
1st, January 4, 1830, Lucretia T. Conklin, of Chemung, N. Y. t 
who died November 26, 1853, aged 41 years; married, 2d, June 



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20, 1854, Maria Darker, born September 23, 1827, in Quorndon, 
Leicestershire, England. 

Legrand removed, in 1837, to Dixon, Lee County, 111. His 
second wife is mentioned as an easy and graceful writer for the 
magazines. 

Children of Legrand and Lucretia T. Wynkoop : 

1344. Adelaide: b. May 18, 1831: d. Dec. 21, 1832. 

1345. Helen: b. Aug. 24, 1833: m., 1st, Samuel H. Leidy; m., 
2d, John Van Ornam. 

1346. Orpah: b. May 26, 1835: d. July 8, 1835. 

1347. Alasco: b. Aug. 21, 1837: d. Sept. 1, 1838. 

1348. Arthur: b. Aug. 27, 1839: d. Dec. 16, 1841. 

1349. Cecilia: b. Apl. 11, 1843: m. Robert E. Bailey. He en- 
listed as a private in the 2d Reg. Minn. Vol. Inf. He 

' re-enlisted, with nearly all the regiment, and served, as 
hospital steward, until the close of the war. 

1350. William Conklin: b. Aug. 6, 1845: m., Apl. 26, 1874, 
Johanna Caroline Van der Leeuw, b. Dec. 25, 185 1, d. 
Aug. 28, 1887, daughter of Rev. J. W. Van der Leeuw, of 
Amsterdam, Holland. 

He served in the 2d Reg. Minn. Vol. Inf., and was 
wounded, in July. 1862, at Corinth, and was sent home. 
While he was on a furlough, the Indian war broke out, 
and he served six weeks against the Indians, in a com- 
pany of independent rangers, called "Old Company," 
which was never mustered into the service. He was, for 
seven months, with the 1st Reg. Minn. Mounted Rangers, 
organized to fight the Indians. 

He rejoined the 2d Reg. Minn. Vol. Inf., and served until 
the close of the war, and was promoted to the place of 
Sergeant -Major, for meritorious conduct, in the charge on 
Kenesaw Mountain. He had a commission as First 
Lieut, in the engineer corps, but did not muster in on it. 

He studied mining engineering, and followed it as a pro- 
fession, after 1867, in the Western States and Territories. 
In 1873, he studied, in Europe, mines and mining methods. 
He was author of Ancient and Modern Mining Methods; 
and of The Old Mines of Mexico. 

While he was in Holland, he was in communication with 
a Wynkoop, of Amsterdam, whose sister was interested in 



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the history of the family, and who gave him information 
from old manuscripts and tradition, which has been used 
elsewhere herein. 
13 5 1. Henry Legrand: b. Jan. 8, 1850: lived in Bellevue, Iowa. 
Children of Legrand and Maria Wynkoop : 

1352. Lillie May: b. Nov. 16, 1858. 

1353. Mary Darker: b. Oct. 15, i860. 

1354. John Frederick: b. Jan. 15, 1869: d. Nov. 26, 1869. 
791. Elizabeth Wynkoop, (Gershom 446, Benjamin 178, 

Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born May 3, 1814: died 
January 2, 1853, in Ontario, Wayne County, N. Y. : married 
July 4, 1838, in Pulteney, Wayne County, Gardner William 
Spencer, born February 9, 1808, died March 28, 1882, in Cary, 
McHenry County, 111., son of Thomas and Penelope (Graves) 
Spencer. Gardner was a hotel keeper; afterwards, a planter. 

Thomas Spencer was born March 6, 1770, died October 6, 1838. 
Penelope Graves was born February 20, 1779, died November io ; 
1824. 

Children of Gardner W. and Elizabeth Spencer: 

1355. Jane Anne Spencer: b. June 4, 1839, in Webster, Monroe 
Co., N. Y. : d. Mch. 12, 1890, in West Brookfield, Mass., of 
the grippe, and was buried there: m. May 14, 1868, in 
Rochester, N. Y., William Pliny Cutler, of West Brook- 
field. 

1356. Harriet Miranda Spencer: b. Apl. 14, 1841: m., May 30, 
1866, in Algonquin, 111., her cousin, Charles Spencer, of 
Illinois, who died a few months after his marriage. 

1357. Edna Adelia Spencer, b. Jan. 3, 1843, in Webster, N. Y. 
She was living with her cousin, Jerome F. Dauchy, in 1895, 
in Brockport, Monroe Co., N. Y. Unmarried. 

794. Alice Preston Wynkoop, (Gershom 446, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 27, 1818, 
in Tioga, Tioga County, Penn. : married, March 17, 1836, in 
Webster, Monroe County, N. Y., Cyrus Gates, born December 4, 
1808, in Rutland, Vt., died March 5, 1881, in Webster, son of 
Jonathan and Lucy (Farwell) Gates, both of Rutland. 

Children of Cyrus and Alice P. Gates: 

1358. Albert Daniel Gates: b. Mch. 31, 1841, in Webster: m., 
in 1861, in Marion, N. Y., Susan Adele Edwards: lived 
with his mother, on the plantation at Webster. They had 



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3 children: George Gershom, mailing clerk in the Flour 
City Bank; Ward; and Cyrus. 

1359. William Ward Gates: b. Aug. 30, 1849: d. Mch. 29, 1850. 

1360. Frank Marion Gates: b. Apl. 28, 1856, in Webster: m., in 
1882, in Egan, Dakota, Ada May Stratton, of Webster, 
They lived in Oregon, and had 2 daughters. 

795. Delia Wynkoop, (Gershom 446, Benjamin 178, Benjamin 
53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born February 10, 1821: died 
January 25, 1890, in Rochester, Monroe County, N. Y. : married 
July 4, 1844, Patrick McCormack, born June 21, 1821, died 
December 27, 1861, son of Bernard and Ellen McCormack. 
natives of Ireland. 

Children of Patrick and Delia McCormack : 

136 1. John Gershom McCormack: b. in Rochester, and died 
there, in August, 1889. 

1362. Helen Derinda McCormack; b. in Penfield, N. Y., and died 
there, young. 

797. Julia Miranda Wynkoop, (Gershom 446, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born April 27, 1825: 
married, September 3, 1848, William Robert Gray, born July 24, 
182 1. He was from Scotland, and a tailor, by occupation. 

Children of William R. and Julia M. Gray: 

1363. William Cullen Gray: b. in Rochester: m., and had 2 
daughters. He was a civil engineer, in Rochester. 

1364. George Wynkoop Gray: b. Feb. 14, 1857, in Rochester: 
d., in 1890, in Aiken, S. C, unmarried. 

799. Encie Jane Wynkoop, (Gershom 446, Benjamin 178, 
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born April 7, 1829: 
married, September 16, 1849, Cullen Townsend Gillett, born 
September 17, 1821, died September 20, 1863, son of Joab and 
Mary (Townsend) Gillett, who were born in Connecticut. 

Child of Cullen T. and Encie J. Gillett: 

1365. Cora Martha Gillett: Principal of Public School No. 28, 
Averall Ave., Rochester, Ulster Co., N. Y. 

804. Robert Gosman Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Corne- 
lius 1,) born December 3, 181 6: died April 17, 1 891, in Syracuse, 
N. Y. : married, May 20, 1846, Carrie C. Wood, who died, March 
18, 1870, in her 49th year. He lived in Syracuse, where he and 
his brother Jonathan G., kept a book-store, for many years. 



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Children of Robert G. and Carrie C. Wynkoop : 

1366. James Silvester: m. Helen De Wolf. 

1367. Fanny C. : m., Nov. 21, 1872, Charles T. Redfield. 

805. Peter Silvester Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born May 16, 1818, in Catskill, N. Y. : died, suddenly, 
May 22, 1888, in Buffalo, N. Y. : married, June 2, 1846, Eliza- 
beth Coleman Miller, born July 1, 1827. He kept a book-store 
in Hudson, where he was a well-known and influential citizen. 

Children of Peter S. and Elizabeth C. Wynkoop: 

1368. Henry Miller: b. Apl. 17, 1847, in Hudson, N. Y. : m.,Apl. 
15, 1875, Aelthra Jane Kreider, of Lancaster, O. They 
lived in New York. 
Peter Silvester: b. Sept. 7, 1849. 

Margaret Gosman: b. Aug. 5, 1852 : m. Wm. W. Hegeman. 
Mary Miller: b. Feb. 22, 1855: m. Arthur M. Hankes. 
Elizabeth Miller: b. Feb. 19, 1857. 
Stephen Miller: b. Apl. 22, 1859. 
John Gosman: b. July 4, 1861: d. Jan. 14, 1865. 
Frederick I.: b. Feb. 16, 1864: d. Oct. 9, 1892, in Xew 
York. 

806. Lydia Silvester Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Corneliu- 
1,) born December 31, 1819: died May 11, 1857 : married Septems 
ber 18, 1848, Dr. Samuel Mills Lasell. 

Child of Dr. Samuel M. and Lydia S. Lasell: 
1376. Samuel Mills Lasell. 

807. Eliza Kittle Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 205, 
Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1, 
born September 4, 1821: died October 7, 1889, in Claverack, 
N. Y. : married, January 7, 1845, Rev. Dr. Elbert Stoothoff 
Porter, born October 23, 1820, in Hillsborough, N. J., died 
February 26, 1888, in Claverack. 

Dr. Porter was graduated at the College of New Jersey, in 1839, 
and at the seminary in New Brunswick, in 1842, and was licensed 
in the latter year, by the classis of New Brunswick : he was mis- 
sionary at Chatham, N. Y., 1842-43: pastor in Chatham, 1843- 
49: pastor of the Williamsburgh Reformed Dutch church, 1849- 
December 10, 1883 : editor of the Christian Intelligencer, 1852-68 : 
received the degree of D.D. from Rutgers College, in 1857. 



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Children of Dr. Elbert S. and Eliza K. Porter: 

1377. Margaret Wynkoop Porter: d. in infancy. 

1378. Mary Joanna Porter. 

1379. Silvester Wynkoop Porter: d. June 4, 1884, in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

1380. Susanna Rathbone Porter: m. George Washington Dubois, 
who died in March, 1887, son of Francis Dubois, who was 
a member of a firm of importers of Swiss watches, 36 
Maiden Lane, N. Y. The latter was not of the old Du 
Bois family, of Ulster County, N. Y. : but was of a family 
that came by way of Switzerland. 

138 1. Eliza Gosman Porter. 

1382. Elbert Stoothoff Porter. 

808. Mary Jane Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 205, 
Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born March 21, 1823: died May 10, 1896, in Hudson, N. Y. : 
married January 27, 1853, Elbridge Simpson, M.D., born January 
12, 181 2, in Ashfield, Mass., died August 25, 1880, in Hudson, 
son of John Brown and Eunice (Tucker) Simpson. Dr. Simpson 
was a druggist in Toronto, Can., and, afterwards, in Montreal. 

Dr. Simpson had married, 1st, July 11, 1837, Sally Anne 
Groat, born October 16, 181 1, at Chatham Four Corners, N. Y., 
died September 8, 1850, in Hudson, daughter of Peter and 
Amanda (Rogers) Groat, by whom he had children, as follows: 
Maria Louisa, wife and widow of Henry L. James; Elbridge 
Henry, who died in infancy; Caroline, who married Thomas 
Charles Cox Stratton; and Albert, unmarried (May, 1901). 

Child of Dr. Elbridge and Mary J. Simpson: 

1383. Lucy Ida Simpson: b. Nov. 6, 1857, in Toronto; d. Mch. 
29, 1880, in Montreal. 

809. Jonathan Gosman Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 
1,) born May 13, 1824: lives in Syracuse, N. Y. (1903): married 
May 8, 1856, Mary Judson Hawley, who died November 16, 1896, 
in Syracuse, aged 65 years. 

He and his brother Robert kept a book-store, in Syracuse, for 
many years. 

Children of Jonathan G. and Mary J. Wynkoop: 

1384. Emma Judson: m. Crawford E. Fritts, M.D. 

1385. William Augustus: m. Mary Mel. Jaycox. 



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1386. Esther: d. in infancy. 

1387. Edward Judson, M.D.: b. Apl. 24, 1869: m. Florence 
Niver. 

811. Margaret Wright Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born May 9, 1827: died February 2, 1861: married, 
July 7, 1858, Rev. Dr. Anson Du Bois, born August 29, 1821. in 
Cat skill. 

Dr. Du Bois was graduated at Rutgers College, in 1847, an d 
at the seminary in New Brunswick, in 1850: he was missionary 
to the Thousand Islands, until 1854: pastor of the 2d Reformed 
church, Kingston, N. Y., until 1859: corresponding secretary of 
the Board of Domestic Missions of the Reformed Church, until 
1862: pastor of the 2d Reformed Church, Schenectady, N. Y., 
until 1869: conducted an English and classical school and mis- 
sion, at Amelia Court House, Va., until 1870: pastor of Re- 
formed Church, Flatlands, L. I.: pastor at Athenia, Passaic 
County, N. J., 1889-1901: received the degree of D.D. from 
Union College, in 1865. After the death of Margaret, Dr. Du 
Bois married her sister Anna [813]. He was of the Ulster 
County, N. Y., family. He is living in South Orange, (October, 

1903). 

Child of Dr. Anson and Margaret Du Bois: 

1388. Francis Wynkoop Du Bois: b. Oct. 30, i860: d. Oct. 28, 
1864. 

812. Francis Silvester Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born September 1, 1830: died June 29, 1877: married, 
1st, May 9, 1864, Rachel Van Vleck, born November 21, 1839, 
died October 29, 1868, daughter of James and Maria (Hasbrouck) 
Van Vleck. He married, 2d, Frances, younger sister of Rachel. 
His widow lived in Kingston, N. Y., with her sister, Mrs. Cathar- 
ine Bruyn. Francis kept a book-store in Kingston. 

Child of Francis S. and Rachel (V.) Wynkoop : 

1389. Lydia Silvester: b. May 2, 1865: d. Dec. 26, 1865. 
Children of Francis S. and Frances (V.) Wynkoop: 

1390. Frances Van Vleck. 

1 39 1. Francis Bruyn. 

1392. Rachel Van Vleck: m. Sept. 17, 1902, at East Orange, 
N. J., Malcolm Petrie. 



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813. Anna Gosman Wynkoop, (Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 
205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born February 4, 1833: married, June 11, 1862, Rev. 
Dr. Anson Du Bois, who was widower of her sister Margaret [811]. 

Children of Dr. Anson and Anna G. Du Bois: 

1393. Louis Anson Du Bois: b. Sept. 27, 1863. 

1394. Arthur Du Bois: b. Nov. 8, 1864. 

1395. Henry Reynolds Du Bois: b. Nov. 28, 1868. 

815. Jonathan Hasbrouck Stanton, (Richard 458, Maria 
Wynkoop 206, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) born November 21, 1813, in Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
died August 14, 1890: married, 1st, in 1838 or 1839, Lydia 
Hussey Macy, born November 27, 181 5, died December 29, 1899, 
daughter of Josiah and Lydia (Hussey) Macy, of Nantucket, 
Mass. 

A divorce passed between this couple, while their two children 
were very }roung, on the ground of "incompatibility of temper" : 
and Jonathan married, 2d, Elizabeth Wharton, by whom he had 
two sons, whose names have not been ascertained. 

(Lydia married, 2d, William H. Austin, of Boston.) 

Children of Jonathan H. and Lydia H. (M.) Stanton: 

1396. Josiah Henry Stanton (Macy, by adoption) : b. Aug. 10, 
1840: m. Jane Carpenter. 

1397. Lydia Stanton: died very young. 

827. Caroline Hone Hasbrouck, (Abraham B. 464, Catharine 
Wynkoop 207, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 
2, Cornelius 1,) baptized August 23, 1829, Kingston, N. Y. : died 
there, February 11, 1898: married, December 20, 1855, Gen'l 
George Henry Sharpe, born February 26, 1828, baptized May 29, 
Kingston, died February 13, 1900. 

Gen'l Sharpe was graduated at Rutgers College, in 1847: 
admitted to the Bar, in New York: Captain in the 20th Reg. 
N. Y. Vol., in 1861: Colonel of the 120th Reg. N. Y. Vol., in 
1862 : was on the staff of Maj. Gen'l Joseph Hooker, in 1863, and 
of Maj. Gen'l George Meade, in 1863 and 1864, and of Lieut. 
Gen'l Ulysses S. Grant, in 1864 and 1865: was brevetted Briga- 
dier General in 1864, and Major General, in 1865: was U. S. 
Marshal of the Southern District of New York, 1870-73: Sur- 
veyor of Customs, at the port of New York, 1873-78: member 
of Assembly, N. Y., 1879-83, and Speaker of the House, in 



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1880-81: president of the National Bank of Rondout, N. Y. : 
was one of the General Appraisers at New York, 1890-99. His 
ancestry is given under 207. 

Children ofGen'l Geo. H. and Caroline H. Sharpe: 

1398. Severyn Bruyn Sharpe: Judge in Ulster Co., N. Y. 

1399. Henry Granville Sharpe: m. Kate Huntington Morgan, 
daughter of Rev. Dr. William F. Morgan, of St. Thomas's 
Church, N. Y. Henry G. was Lieut. Col., in the commis- 
sary department, U. S. army. 

1400. Catharine Lawrence Sharpe: m. Hon. Ira Davenport, of 
Steuben Co., N. Y. 

834. Augustus Whiting Wynkoop, (Augustus 474, Augustus 
213, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born April 7, 1844: died April 18, 1886: married, 
October 8, 1873, in Utica, N. Y., Mary Lydia Talcott, born April 
26, 1846, daughter of Enoch B. and Mary G. (Doolittle) Talcott. 2 ^ 
They lived in Kinderhoek. He died at the New York Hospital 
of hemorrhage of the brain, the result of a fall. The widow lives 
in Utica. 

Children of Augustus W. and Mary L. Wynkoop : 

1 40 1. Augustus Talcott : b. Aug. 2, 1878. 

1402. Anna Strong: b. July 15, 1880. 

1403. Charles Barton: b. Dec. 30, 1881. 

836. Henry Silvester Wynkoop, (Augustus 474, Augustus 213, 
Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born August 5, 1846: married, December 18, 1883, Church of the 
Holy Comforter, Poughkeepsie, Agnes Louise Constance Antonia 
Albrecht, daughter of Capt. Constantine Albrecht, Baron von 
Kornatie, Wreschen, Prussia. Her mother, Alwina, Baroness 
von Lippe, Korsarzow, died in London, November 24, 1890. 

Child of Henry S. and Agnes Wynkoop : 

1404. Alwina von Lippe: b. Nov. 14, 1884. 

854. John Johnson Wynkoop, (Cornelius 486, Derick C. 258, 
Col. Cornelius D. 94, Dirrick 13, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) 
born February 1, 1830, Hurley, N. Y. : married, October 29, 
1850, Caroline Matilda Du Bois, of New York City, daughter of 
Elisha and Sarah (Pinckney) Du Bois. John was a photo- 
grapher, in Philadelphia. 

Children of John J. and Caroline M. Wynkoop: 
2 49 Talcott Pedigree, p. 146. 



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1405. John Franklin: b. Aug. 9, 185 1, New York City. 

1406. Caroline Maud: b. Nov. 13, 1853. 

1407. Cornelius Du Bois: b. Oct. 4, 1856. 

886. Sarah Wynkoop, (Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. 
Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born June 24, 
1788: died January 31, 1842: married June 4, 1809, Joseph 
Packard, born May, 1780, Petersham, Mass., died November 8, 
1864, Albany, N. Y., son of Isaac and Eunice (Rawson) Packard, 

Children of Joseph and Sarah Packard : 

1408. Oscar Packard : b. Apl. 19, 1810: m. Fanny Worthingt on. 

1409. Wynkoop Packard: b. July 22, 1811, Johnstown, N. Y. : 
died in July, 1864, in Texas, in the war for the Union : un- 
married. He was a lawyer, in New York City. 

1410. Sarah Packard: b. Apl., 1813. 

1411. Harriet W. Packard: b. Aug. 20, 1814: m. Jacob H. Shear. 

He was a manufacturer of stoves, on a large scale, in 
Albany, N.Y., first as member of the firm of McGraw & 
Shear; after- wards, Shear, Packard & Co. 

1412. Charles Isaac Packard : b. Oct. 21, 1816: married, in May, 
1840, Hester Brooks. 

1413. Joseph Packard: b. Oct. 1, 1818: m. Catharine V. Hilton. 

1414. George Washington Packard : b. Sept. 5, 1820: d. June 20, 
1 901, Chicago, 111.: unmarried. He had lived in Albany, 
and in New York City. 

1415. John Quackenbos Packard: b. Nov. 26, 1822: unmarried: 
lives in Salt Lake City. 

141 6. Robert Lafayette Packard: b. Jan. 25, 1825: d. Oct. 7, 
1877, unmarried. 

1417. Catharine Margaret Packard: b. Feb. 26, 1827: d. Jan. 
22, 1842, unmarried. 

141 8. Benjamin Franklin Packard, known as "Frank": b. July 
1, 1829: d. Feb. 10, 1894, New York City, unmarried. He 
was a private in the Board of Trade Battery, Chicago, 
1862-64, about 18 months, in the war for the Union. 

1419. Juliana Greenleaf Packard: b. Feb. 7, 1833: m., in 1864, 
David Gordon Wells, b. Dec. 31, 1819, d. Feb. 6, 1900. 
They lived in Joliet, 111. 

889. Harriet Wynkoop, (Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. 
Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 23, 
1793: died February 1, 1875, New York City: married, August 



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ii, 181 6, Oliver Dunning, born August 28, 1782, died January 
28, 1856, N. Y., son of Timothy and Abigail (Nostran) Dunning. 
Oliver, was, for a time, a merchant in Orange County, N. Y. : 
afterwards, he was in the custom house, N. Y. Harriet's father 
always called her "Arrietta." 

Children of Oliver and Harriet Dunning: 

1420. Adeline Dunning: b. May 26, 1817: d. June 14, 1817. 

1421. James Dunning, b. May 20, 1818: d. June 10, 1818. 

1422. William H. Dunning: b. Aug. 11, 1819: m. Eliza A. 
Bogardus. 

1423. Charles Edward Dunning: b. June 5, 1822: d. Mch. 9, 
1855, in Muncy, Penn., and was buried there: m., May 21, 
1 85 1, Margaret W. .Petrikin. 

1424. Theodore Wynkoop Dunning: b. Aug. 8, 1826: d. May 26, 
1902, in the Borough of Manhattan, New York City: un- 
married. 

1425. Caroline Matilda Dunning: b. Mch. 5, 1827: d. Aug. 4, 
1827. 

1426. Augustus Dunning: b. and d. July 11, 1828. 

891. Richard Wynkoop, Rev. (Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, 
Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born Decem- 
ber 16, 1798, in New York City: died April 5, 1842, in Hagers- 
town, Md., of congestion of the liver, after 5 days' sickness. He 
was born at 22 Roosevelt Street, which was then a respectable 
street. 

He married, August 10, 1825, in Claverack, N. Y., Catharine 
Schureman, born February 10, 1795, New Brunswick, N. J., and 
died there, May 18, 1847. of pulmonary consumption. The 
marriage was at the house of her sister, Lydia Mary Williamson, 
wife of Rev. Richard Sluyter. They were daughters of James 
and Eleanor (Williamson) Schureman. Their father was grand- 
son of Jacobus and Antje (Terheun) Schuurman, the brother-in- 
law, and co-laborer with Rev. Theodorus Jacobus Frielinghuysen, 
on the Raritan, N. J. James Schuurman was a prominent 
patriot, during the Revolutionary War, and he was a First 
Lieutenant in the battle of Long Island. After the war, he was 
an active and influential citizen, and mayor of New Brunswick. 
He was a representative in the Confederate Congress; a dele- 
gate to the convention at Annapolis; a representative in the 
Federal Congress; a senator from New Jersey; and, at intervals, 



1 68 Wynkoop Genealogy 

a member of the Council of the Governor of New Jersey. His 
wife was daughter of David and Eleanor (Schuyler) Williamson 
of Rhode Hall, near Cranberry, N. J. 

Richard was graduated at Columbia College, in 1819, and his 
commencement speech was on the " Kunokephaloi of Herodotus, 
and the probability of their being the ancestors of our modern 
dandies." He studied theology in the seminary at New Bruns- 
wick, and with Rev. Dr. Robert MacCartee [McEachen], in New 
York City; and he was licensed April 5, 1826, by the Second 
Presbytery of New York. He was missionary of the synod of 
the Dutch Church, at Cato, Cayuga County, N. Y., October 29, 
1826, to January 31, 1827, and April 1, 1827, to April 25, when a 
substitute was accepted: he was ordained, March 7,1827, in the 
Pearl Street Church, N. Y. ; and was installed pastor of the 
General Assembly Presbyterian church, at Yorktown (Krompond 
hamlet), Westchester County, N. Y.,June 14,1827. The pas- 
toral relation was dissolved April 20, 1834. He was installed 
pastor of the General Assembly Presbyterian church, in Hagers- 
town, Md., May 4, 1834, and remained such pastor until his 
death, in 1842. 

The church at Yorktown had been in chronic difficulties with 
a Congregational church, which was composed of persons who 
had obtained control of the organization of the Presbyterian 
church, and had clinched their hold, by expelling, in 1806, some 
ten members, who insisted upon maintaining the Presbyterian 
polity. The excommunicated persons incorporated themselves 
as a Presbyterian congregation, March 4, 1806; and the Congre- 
gationalists incorporated themselves, on the day following, as a 
" Presbyterian church after the order of the church of Scotland " ; 
and the latter held the church property, for a time; but the 
former won, in an action of ejectment, May 18, 1807, and re- 
gained the property ; whereupon the others avowed themselves to 
be Congregationalists. The strife had divided families, and was 
still bitter, especially among the old people. A minister of the 
presbytery of Bedford administered sealing ordinances to the 
Congregational church, and thus gave Mr. Wynkoop occasion to 
expose, before that presbytery, and the synod of New York, the 
schismatic character of the Congregational church. Long after 
Mr. Wynkoop's time, and in 1866, when the old people had died 
off, the Congregational church issued certificates of good stand- 



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ing to its members, and disbanded; and, upon such certificates, 
the individuals were received into the Presbyterian church, and 
the strife, of sixty years, was ended. It began with a preference, 
on the part of some of the members, for Congregationalism, in- 
stilled by the pastor of that period, and it ended with the 
abandonment of that preference. 250 

The church in Hagerstown had been instituted by the Associate 
Reformed Presbyterians; and when many churches, of that 
body, went into the General Assembly, it went with the tide. 
It returned to the Associate Reformed body, during Mr. Wyn- 
koop *s ministry. Some persons, whose connection with the 
church had been severed, with other persons, instituted a suit in 
chancery, to gain control of the church property. Mr. Wynkoop 
prepared his own answer, although he had had no training in law 
or equity; and he obtained, from the Vice Chancellor, permission 
to argue the case for his co-defendants also : but the complain- 
ants were never ready for the argument. The church, in 1845, 
went back into the Presbytery of Carlisle, of the General Assem- 
bly Presbyterians, because of a proposed union of the Associate 
Reformed church with the Xew School General Assembly, on the 
basis of an exclusion of slaveholders. 

Mr. Wynkoop was six feet high, well proportioned, and ath- 
letic. He had a full face, and a bright, dark eye, and was a 
handsome man. Xo good likeness of him is in existence. A 
friend, an amateur artist, Mr. Murrey, made miniature likenesses 
of Mr. and Mrs. Wynkoop, and was successful with the latter, 
although he did not flatter her; but he failed to reproduce the 
strength of character shown in Mr. Wynkoop 's face. 

Mr. Wynkoop 's disposition was cheerful and playful. It is 
said that he used ridicule overfreelv ; it is certain that he used it 
effectively. In his early life, he was much given to argumenta- 
tion. His logic was acute, and convincing. He preached upon 
texts, thinking it his duty to explain and apply God's Word. He 
began with unfolding the context, so that the text might be seen 
in its surroundings. He was competent to have written well on 
theology; but he left nothing beyond the syllabi of his sermons, 
which show acute analytical power. What he knew, he knew 
thoroughly; and he was never at a loss for words, or illustrations. 

250 Hist. Sermon, Yorktoujn, 1876, Rev.Wm. J. Cumming, and Supple- 
ment, 1879. 



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On one occasion the minister who had been appointed to preach 
before an ecclesiastical body did not appear, and Mr. Wynkoop 
was urged to take his place. He could not escape, and he said. 
"Give out a long psalm": — and, taking paper and pencil, he 
selected a text, analyzed it, and made a syllabus, from which 
he preached, as if he had deliberately prepared it. Of course, he 
took a text, which had been the subject of his study, at some 
time. He was rated as an excellent Greek scholar, and was 
talked of for a professorship, which 'he would have declined, 
probably; for the compiler thinks that he would not have de- 
mitted the ministry. He was conspicuous for courage, and 
never experienced fear. He said once: "I would maintain that 
before the presbytery — before the synod — before the general 
assembly: I do not fear the face of clay." Dr. Samuel H. Cox 
called him, "the pugnacious, good-natured man." He preached 
against secret societies, in two discourses, for which he was 
threatened, and he was vilified, in a local newspaper; and the 
orator of one society withdrew, with his family, from the congre- 
gation; but they returned, after experiencing kindly ministra- 
tion, in some affliction which befell them. The newspaper 
passed into new hands. It was conceded that his utterances 
were prompted by a sense of duty. He declared what he 
thought to be the counsel of God, as contained in the Bible. He 
was a millenarian, and understood the prophecies to be, that 
the Christ, in person, with His saints, should reign upon the 
earth for one thousand years ; and he preached several discourses 
upon that topic, in 1840, the syllabi of which show keen analysis 
of Scripture texts, and skillful combination of them. 251 
Children of Rev. Richard and Catharine Wynkoop : 

2 5i Annals of Amer. Pulpit, Sprague, vol. ix., Associate Ref. Pres. divi- 
sion; (of which some of the dates are not accurate). 

He sometimes indulged in the writing of verses. A specimen of them 
is here given : 

" 'T is said that 'Brevity's the soul of wit,' 
Tho' sooth to say, I see no soul in it. 
Yet if there be, let wit be then so brief, 
That not the vanity but soul is chief. 
Short wits have great souls, if the text's not ill, 
Those short of wit , have souls yet greater still. 
Hagerstown, Jan. 4, 1842." 



Wynkoop Genealogy 17 1 

1427. Julia Anna: b. July n, 1826: m. William C. Brewster. 

1428. Richard: b. June 29, 1829: m., 1st, Anna E. Maginnis; 
m., 2d, Lydia B. Strang. 

1429. John Quackenbos: b. Feb. 23, 1831, Yorktown, N. Y.: d. 
Aug. 6, 1834, Hagerstown, Md., of Asiatic cholera, which 
was deadly in that region, particularly in the years 1832- 
t,^. The compiler looks back, with amusement, to the fact 
that John was exploited in the family, at the expense of 
the compiler. (Omnes mortui pro magnifico.) 

1430. Catharine Schureman : b. May 18, 1834, Hagerstown, Md.: 
d. there Mch. 23, 1841, of croup. 

1431. Virginia: b. Apl. 22, 1836: m. Oct. 30, 1872, New York 
City, Theodore Frelinghuysen Hay, b. Dec. 26, 1826, son of 
Rev. Dr. Philip Cortland and Elizabeth (Condit) Hay. 
They lived in Franklin, now Nutley, Essex County, N. J. ; 
afterwards in Brooklyn, and in Yorktown, N. Y. ; and again 
in Brooklyn, where he died, January 18, 1903, of apoplexy. 
Theodore was graduated at Hobart College, about the year 
1847: was engaged in banking business, in Dubuque, 
Iowa, and in telegraphic business, in New York City; and, 
afterwards, as an officer of the Globe Stationery Co., N. Y. 
His first wife was Mary Bemis; she and their child died: 
his second wife was Josephine Strang, sister to Lydia B. 
[1428]. Of the children by his second wife, Arthur Le- 
strange, Josephine Matilda, and Theodora Elizabeth sur- 
vive; all unmarried. 

1432. Emma: b. Oct. 4, 1838: m. James Josiah Clark. 

892. Jefferson Wynkoop, Rev., (Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, 
Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born Sep- 
tember 11, 1 801, New York City: died August 21, 1885, at Cuba, 
Alleghany County, N. Y. : married, September 15, 1824, Jane 
Scott Shaw, who was born about June, 1801, and died in August, 
1884, daughter of James Shaw, at one time Sheriff of New York, 
and of Margaret Boylyn. 

Jefferson began a collegiate course at Columbia College, but 
went afterwards to Union College, where he was graduated in 
1 81 9 : he pursued law studies with John Anthon, but abandoned 
them for theology, and was graduated at the seminary in 
New Brunswick, in 1824, and was licensed by the classis of 
New Brunswick: pastor at West New Hempstead, N. Y., and 



17 2 Wynkoop Genealogy 

Ramapo, N. J., 1825-36: at Athens, 1836-40: pastor of the Pres- 
byterian church in Gilberts ville, in March, 1841: afterwards at 
Delhi, and Cuba, until 185 1. His zeal in temperance and revival 
work impaired his health, and caused him to retire from the 
active duties of the ministry. After giving up his pastorate in 
Cuba, he remained there until his death. He had been Secretary 
of the Society for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Jews, 
and was well known as an advocate of that cause. In corre- 
spondence with the compiler, he gave ingenious interpretations 
to some obscure prophecies. He was tall, and of large and 
imposing frame. 

The church at West New Hempstead was sometimes known as 
the Kakiat church, from a land patent of that name; it is now 
called the Hempstead church, sometimes, also, the Brick Church; 
it is in Ramapo township, Rockland County, N. Y. The 
Ramapo church was called so from a river of that name, which 
runs from New York into New Jersey. The building is stand- 
ing, at the present time, and is usually called the Mahwah 
church, from an other river, near by. The old manse was at 
West New Hempstead, which was then the larger hamlet, and it 
remains, but the present manse is on an other site. 

Children of Rev. Jefferson and Jane Wynkoop : 

1433. Margaret Elizabeth: b. July 24, 1826: d. Dec. 5, 1845. 

1434. Sarah Fulton: b. Dec. 17, 1829: m. Charles H. Sherrill. 

1435. Julia Anna: b. Jan. 4, 1832: m. Russell Smith. 

1436. John Quackenbos: b. Mch. 19, 1835: m. Edith Reeve. 
895. Julia Anna Wynkoop, (Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. 

Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born September 9, 
181 1, New York City: died December 15, 1894, at Fort Salonga, 
near Northport, Suffolk County, N. Y. : married, April 10, 1834, 
Lockwood King Campbell, born December 13, 1809, died No- 
vember 24, 1 88 1, at Fort Salonga, son of John and Rachel 
(Mead) Campbell. Lockwood was employed, at one time, in the 
customs service, at New York. 

Children of Lockwood K. and Julia A. Campbell : 

1437. Julia Anna Campbell: b. Oct. 26, 1836: d. Nov. 22, 1897, 
at Fort Salonga: m., Nov. 10, 1857, Albert Gardiner 
Mumford, b. in 1812, d. June 27, 1881, son of Elias and 
Hannah (Smith) Mumford. Their daughter Louise, m. 
Capt. Jonas Mott, of Northport. 



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1438. John Wynkoop Campbell: b. Sept. 17, 1838: m., May 6, 
187 1, Agnes G. Shipman, daughter of Charles William and 
Abigail Culver (Williams) Shipman, of Deep River, Conn. 
They live in Hartford, Conn., where John is employed in 
the Colt armory. 

1439. Virginia Wynkoop Campbell: b. Mch. 11, 1842: d. Feb. 3, 
1866. 

1440. Pauline Campbell: b. Oct. 27, 1843: d. June 25, 1850. 

1441. Harriet Matilda Campbell: b. June 26, 1845: m. Jan. 1, 
1868, William H. Valentine, d. Nov. 14, 1900, son of 
Stephen H. and Hannah (Hendrickson) Valentine, of Dix 
Hills, L. I. He was drowned in the sinking of the schooner 
Margaretta, on a voyage from New Haven for Brooklyn. 

1442. Emily Campbell: b. Feb. 17, 1847: d. Feb. 17, 1902, at 
Fort Salonga: m., Oct. 15, 1870, Charles W. Bullock, son 
of Jacob Todd and Harriet L. (Edick) Bullock, of Windsor, 
Broome Co., N. Y. She was author of a creditable 
drama, entitled, Viscount Edwin. 

896. Cornelius E. Wynkoop, General, (Evert C. 517, Maj. 
Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born August 2, 1787: died in April, 1873: married 
Anne Hardenbergh, who died April 15, 1857. He was, from 
1801 to 1807, with Cornelius Norsworthy, a merchant in New 
York. He settled upon the homestead, at Stoneridge, Marble- 
town, Ulster County, N. Y. ; whence he removed to the neighbor- 
hood of Rhinebeck village. He was a major-general of militia. 

Children of Cornelius E . and Anne Wynkoop : 

1443. Dinah Hardenbergh: b. Mch. 20, 1807. 

1444. Catharine Elting: b. Apl. 7, 1809: d. Apl. 7, 1832. 

1445. Rachel Hardenbergh: b. Dec. 23, 1812: d. Mch. 25, 1886. 

1446. James Hardenbergh : b. Mch. 10, 1816: d. Dec. 6, 1898, on 
the place at Rhinebeck, unmarried. 

1447. Cornelia Mancius: b. Aug. 23, 1818: d. in May, 1833. 

1448. Lena Maria: b. Oct. 1, 182 1 : d. Nov. 29, 1892, Rhinebeck, 
unmarried. 

1449. George: b. Mch. 21, 1824: d. Mch. 12, 1867, at Rhinebeck, 
unmarried. He was, for a long time, with George Brodie, 
mantilla maker, New York Citv. 

1450. Cornelius De Witt: b. Apl. 9, 1830: m., 1st, Harriet Pook, 
m., 2d, Mary Annie Miller, widow of Charles A. Scrymser. 



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898. Cornelia Wynkoop, (Evert C. 517, Maj. Cornelius E. 295, 
Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born Feb- 
ruary 7, 1791: died January 15, 1869: married September 10, 
1810, John Henry DeWitt, born December 11, 1786, died May 24, 
1827, in Somerville, N. J. 

Children of John H. and Cornelia De Witt: 

1451. Henry De Witt: b. Dec. 5, 1811: m. Elizabeth J. Griggs. 

1452. Evert Wynkoop De Witt: b. May 6, 1813: d. Sept. 4, 

1826. 

1453. Peter De Witt: b. Mch. i, 181 5: m. Sarah Broadhead. 

1454. Cornelius Wynkoop De Witt: b. Mch. 4, 1817 : m. Charity 
H. Van Gaasbeek. 

899. Jacob Rutsen Wynkoop, (Evert C. 517, Maj. Cornelius E. 
295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born 
January 4, 1800: died July 8, 1843: married, April 22, 1822, 
Blandina Delamater. 

Children of Jacob R. and Blandina Wynkoop : 

1455. Rachel Magdalena: b. Apl. 25, 18 2-: d. unmarried. 

1456. Cornelia Maria: b. Mch. 28, 1826: m. Moses Woolsey. 
914. Joshua Wynkoop, (Jacobus 528, Jacobus 303, Cornelius 

114, Jacobus 29, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born April 14, 1801, the 
mother "Syntje," as per record of the church at Rochester, 
Ulster County, N. Y. This was, probably, the Joshua D. Wyn- 
koop, who married Maria Van Benschoten. 
Children of Joshua D. and Maria Wynkoop: 

1457. Helen Broadhead: b. Apl. 20, 1828, Rochester. 

1458. Abraham Broadhead; b. Apl. 24, 1830. 

1459. Jacob Van Benschoten: b. Nov. 19, 1832. 

1460. Annetta: b. July 11, 1835. 

146 1. Simon Moses: b. Aug. 18, 1837. 

1462. Alexander Hasbrouck: b. July 19, 1839. 

1463. Rachel Jane: b. Dec. 14, 1841. 

1464. Phoebe Anne: b. Apl. 8, 1844. 

1465. Lewis Eaman: b. Dec. 8, 1845, the mother recorded as 
Anna Maria Van Benschoten. 

917. Isaac Wynkoop, (Jacobus 528, Jacobus 303, Cornelius 
114, Jacobus 29, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 21, 1807, 
and so recorded at the Rochester church, Ulster County, N. Y. 
This was, probably, the Isaac N., who married Anne Eliza More 
or Mozier. 



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Children of Isaac N. and Anne E. Wynkoop: 

1466. James Alpheus : b. June 15, 1831. 

1467. Anna Maria: b. Feb. 19, 1833. 

1468. Phcebe Jane: b. Feb. 25, 1836. 

935. John H. Wynkoop, (Evert 539, Johannes 306, Evert 124, 
Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born June 29, 1819, in 
Oneida County, N. Y.: died June 7, 1870, in Augusta, Hancock 
County, 111.: married, in Beardstown, Cook County, 111., Lydia 
Yates, born October 13, 1826, in Johnstown, N. Y., daughter of 
C. E. Yates. John was an engineer. 

Children of John H. and Lydia Wynkoop: 

1469. Christopher Evert: b. Sept. 4, 1847, in Beardstown: he was 
a conductor on the C. B. & Q. Railroad. 

1470. John Henry: b. June 11, 1849, i n Rushville, 111.: d. May 
14, 1850. 

1471. John B.: b. Jan. 25, 1855, in Quincy, 111.: d. Apl. 5, 1855. 

1472. Richard Griffin: b. Mch. 6, 1856: planter. 

1473. Harriet Louise: b. Mch. 8, 1858, in Appaneese, 111.: d. 
Aug. 11, i860. 

1474. Jeannie Maria: b. Oct. 22, 1859, in Augusta, 111.: d. Oct. 
19, 1862. 

1475. Caroline Belle: b. Sept. 8, 1861. 

1476. Frank C. : b. Aug. 8, 1863. 

1477. Frances Theresa : b. Jan. 27, 1867. 

1478. John Catlin: b. Nov. 1, 1869. 

939. Horace M. Wynkoop, (Evert 539, Johannes 306, Evert 
124, Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) married, October 31, 
i860, Olive L. Williams. They lived in Detroit, Mich. 

Children of Horace M. and Olive L. Wynkoop: 

1479. Frank Evert. 

1480. William: died about one year old. 

1481. Elizabeth Idel: b. about 1866. 

941. Hannah Wynkoop, (Evert 539, Johannes 306, Evert 124, 
Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1 :) married William Carson, 
Jun. 

Children of William and Hannah Carson : 

1482. William Carson: deceased. 

1483. Charles Carson: deceased. 

1484. May Carson. 

984. Henrietta Wynkoop, (Jacob 547, Joshua 311, Evert 124, 



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Johannes E. 36, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born in 1843: married, 
January 5, 1864, Barend Ten Eyck, born August 19, 1842, son 
of Anthony Jacob and Cornelia (Van der Poel) Ten Eyck. 

Children of Barend and Henrietta Ten Eyck: 
1485. Caroline Ten Eyck: b. Mch. 30, 1865. 

i486. Emeline C. Ten Eyck: b. Nov. 2, 1867: d. July 19, 
1868. 

987, Evert Wynkoop, (Everett H. 550, Hezekiah 315, Evert 
132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born June 28, 1826: died 
July 3, 1872: married Alida Russell, daughter of John H. and 
Eliza (Schoonmaker) Russell. 

Children of Evert and Alida Wynkoop : 

1487. Marie Kate: b. June 26, 1858: m. Christopher C. James. 

1488. Russell: b. Aug. 1, 1861: m. Emma Van Loan. 

1489. Elizabeth S. — called " Leila " : b. June 4, 1868 : studied art 
at Cooper Institute. 

988. Isaac Wynkoop, (Everett H. 550, Hezekiah 315, Evert 
132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born June 28, 1829: died 
March 12, 1880: married, 1st, Hannah Hommel: m., 2d, in 
December, 1862, at Rhinebeck, Catharine Champlin, born Decem- 
ber 29, 1839, at South Gilboa, N. Y., died July 9, 1903, in New 
York City. 

Children of Isaac and Hannah (H.) Wynkoop: 

1490. William: b. July 16, 1858: m. Elizabeth Snyder. 

1 49 1. A son, who died in infancy. 

Children of Isaac and Catharine (C.) Wynkoop: 

1492. Mary Jane: b. July 23, 1864: died June 20, 1902: m. 
Edward Warren Smeeton: left a child, Harold Wynkoop 
Smeeton, living in Spanish Town, Jam., with an aunt of 
Mr. Smeeton. 

1493. Isabel: b. Oct. 16, 1866: m. Floyd B. Ennist, M.D., and 
lives in the Borough of Manhattan, New York City. 

1494. A daughter, who died in infancy. 

992. Myndert Wynkoop, (Judge Henry 552, Hezekiah 315, 
Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 
5,1818: died August 5, 1895, in Troy, N. Y. : married, March 12, 
185 1, Mary Elizabeth Wynkoop Schoonmaker [1020], born Janu- 
ary 26, 1833, died January 6, 1883, in Catskill, daughter of 
Egbert P. and Nelly Wynkoop [570] Schoonmaker. (Myn derde 
= my third.) 



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Children of Myndert and Mary E. Wynkoop: 

1495. Egbert H.: b. May 1,1852: m., 1st, Agnes G. Williamson; 
m., 2d, Mary Louise Gregory. 

1496. Nellie: b. Aug. 12, 1853. She was living, in November, 
1 90 1, unmarried. 

1497. Ida: b. Nov. 4, 1856: d. Nov. 16, 1859. 

1498. Sarah: b. Jan. 19, 1859: d. June 19, 1898. 

1499. William M.: b. June 2, 1861: m., in Sept., 1892, Maria 
Snyder, of Cat skill, N. Y., and lives in Troy, N. Y. They 
have no child. 

1500. Asa, Rev.: b. Sept. 6, 1863: was graduated at Rutgers 
College, in 1887 : taught in the Dutch Collegiate School, in 
New York, 1887-89: was graduated at Union Seminary, 
in 1892: "Fellow in Philosophy," Columbia University, 
N. Y., 1892-94: licensed by the presbytery, of New York, 
in 1892: was ordained, and was installed pastor of the 
Trinity Presbyterian Church, South Orange, N. J., in 1893 : 
resigned the pastorate in November, 1901, because of a 
nervous affection of the throat, and purposed to spend the 
year 1902 in Germany, in study, and for the recovery of 
normal health. 

1501. Gillett: b. Dec. 3, 1865: was graduated at Rutgers Col- 
lege, in 1891: taught for two years in a preparatory 
school, in Hudson, O. : taught in the Polytechnic Institute, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1893-96: since that time, has been 
expert chemist, in the American Pegamoid factory, at 
Undercliff, N.J. 

1502. Anna May: b. Mch. 2, 1869: d. Sept. 4, 1884. 

1503. Irving: b. May 19, 1872: studied in Michigan Univer- 
sity, 1894-96: has been superintendent, from that time 
to the present, of the "Boys Industrial Colony," at 
Gardner, N. Y. 

994. Henry Wynkoop, (Judge Henry 552, Hezekiah 315, 
Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 
10, 1830: married, March 8, 1854, Anna Jane Story, daughter of 
Francis and Jane (Overbaugh) Story. 

Children of Henry and Anna J. Wynkoop: 

1504. Elizabeth: b. Feb. 17, 1855: m., Dec. 30, 1888, Charles J. 
Traver, of Albany, N. Y. 

I 5°5- James: b. Oct. 28, 1856: m. Ella Baurhyte. 



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1506. Theodore: b. Apl. 22, 1858: d. in 1889. He left a will, of 
which "Charlotte R. Wynkoop " was the executrix. 

1002. Harriet Anne Wynkoop, (Tjerck 561, Henry 317, Evert 
132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born December 22, 1824, 
in Flatbush, Ulster County, N. Y.: married, September 26, 1850, 
Martin Edgar Hendricks, born May 28, 1822, son of Philip and 
Elsie (Elmendorf) Hendricks. They lived in Flatbush. 

Child of Martin E. and Harriet A. Hendricks: 

1507. Clarence Hendricks: b. Sept. 29, 1856: m. Maria V. 
Luther. 

1003. Eliza Catharine Wynkoop, (Tjerck 561, Henry 317, 
Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born February 27, 
1827: married, October 3, 1848, Joel Burhans, born March 18, 
1 82 1, son of James and Margaret Burhans. They lived in Flat- 
bush, Ulster County, N. Y. 

Children of Joel and Eliza C. Burhans: 

1508. Joseph W. Burhans: b.May9, 1852 : m. Millie Montgomery. 

1509. Mary Louisa Burhans: b. May 29, 1858: d. Dec. 24, 1877. 

1006. William Henry Wynkoop, (Tjerck 561, Henry 317, 
Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born November 

29, 1834: married Elizabeth Knowls, daughter of Rev. 

Knowls. They lived in Rush City, Minn. 

Children of William H. and Elizabeth Wynkoop: 

1510. Charles Tjerck: b. May 21, 1862: lived in Rush City. 

151 1. Mary K.: b. Jan. 28, 1864: m. K. P. Paulsen. 

1512. William H.: b. Nov. 22, 1867. 

1007. Sarah Margaret Wynkoop, (Tjerck 561, Henry 317, 
Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born March 19, 
1839: married, October, 1859, Lawrence H. Osterhoudt, born 
March 13, 1836, son of Abraham L. and Catharine (Hendricks) 
Osterhoudt. They lived in Saugerties, N. Y. 

Children of Lawrence H. and Sarah M. Osterhoudt: 

1 5 13. Willis Osterhoudt: b. Dec. 3, 1862. 

1 5 14. Anna Elizabeth Osterhoudt: b. Feb. 18, 1865. 

1 51 5. Mary Osterhoudt: b. Apl. 7, 1871. 

1 5 16. James Irving Osterhoudt: b. Aug. 27, 1875. 

1043. John Wynkoop, (David 646, John 370, Gerardus 153, 
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born February 4, 1813 : married 
Caroline Olinda Kingsley, born May 7, 1822, died February 11, 
1865. They lived in Parma Center, Monroe County, N. Y. 



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Children of John and Caroline O. Wynkoop: 

1517. Silas: b. July 17, 1841: d. May 10, 1843. 

1518. Sarah: b. Apl. 15, 1844: m. Sherwood Hicks, and lived at 
Parma Center. 

1519. Alvah Kingsley: b. Mch. 5,1846: m., July 4, 1867, Ettie 
Aldrich, daughter of his aunt, Amanda Kingsley. They 
lived at Monroe Center, Mich. 

1520. Emma: b. Apl. 1, 1855: d. Aug. 15, 1855. 

1521. Flora: b. Aug. 19, 1857. 

1522. Avery: b. Sept. 14, i860. 

1523. Mary: b. June 5, 1862: d. May 9, 1870. 

1045. Isaac William Wynkoop, (David 646, John 370, Gerar- 
dus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born March 31, 1816: 
married, June 12, 1843, Mary Anne Renwick, daughter of George 
and Phoebe (Walker) Renwick, of Salem, Mich. They lived in 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Child of Isaac W. and Mary A. Wynkoop : 

1524. Emma: b. Jan. 21, 1849. 

1046. Thomas Morgan Wynkoop, (David 646, John 370, 
Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born April 22, 
1820: married, May 28, 1849, Betsey Roxanna Kingsley, born 
September 14, 1822, daughter of Alvah Crary and Chloe (Baker) 
Kingsley, and sister of Caroline [1043]. They lived in Paradise 
township, Grand Traverse County, Mich. 

Children of Thomas M. and Betsey R. Wynkoop: 

1525. David Eli: b. Aug. 8, i860. 

1526. Adonis Crary: b. Oct. 6, 1862. 

1527. Verna Edith: b. May 11, 1868. 

1047. James Rogers Wynkoop, (David 646, John 370, Gerardus 
153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born October 16, 1823: 
married, October 16, 1854, Susan Vandervoort, born March 8, 
1835, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Durrie) Vandervoort. 
[Voort = forward.] He was a planter, at Lockport, N. Y. 

Children of James R. and Susan Wynkoop : 

1528. Ella Olinda: b. July 19, 1855: m. Oliver Langmate. 

1529. Watson Elmer: b. Sept. 4, 1857. 

1530. Emma Adella: b. Mch. 19, i860. 

1 53 1. Charity Mary: b. Feb. 19, 1862. 

1532. David Samuel: b. Dec. 30, 1863. 

1533. Susan Adeline: b. July 27, 1866. 



180 Wynkoop Genealogy 

1054. Sarah Wynkoop, (Isaac 647, John 370, Gerardus 153, 
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born February 5, 1826: married 
Logan De Witt. 

Child of Logan and Sarah De Witt : 

1534. Cassius M. Clay De Witt: b. Mch. 31, 1850: m. Mch. 1, 
1870, Mary Ellen Robinson, daughter of Alexander and 
Elizabeth (Lawrence) Robinson. He lived in Lebanon, Ind. 

He dropped his father's name and was known by his 
mother's name — Wynkoop. 

1097. James Gilkyson O'Harra, (Mary A. Wynkoop 663, 
Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
December 9, 1828: married, in 1849, Jane Beach, whose mother 
was a Perry, cousin to the "Commodore." He was a member 
of the 95th Reg. O. Vol.; and died in hospital, at Lexington, 
Ky., of a wound received in battle. 

His widow married John McCoy; and died in April, 1869. 
Child of James G. and Jane O'Harra: 

1535. Ella Anne O'Harra: b. Jan. 5, i860. 

1098. Garret Wynkoop O'Harra, (Mary A. Wynkoop 663, 
Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
August 16, 1830: married, October 4, 1859, Rachel Anne Bailey > 
born May 29, 1838, died November 28, 1878. He lived in Plain 
City, Ohio. 

Children of Garret W. and Rachel A. O'Harra: 

1536. Atta (perhaps Etta) Rosalie O'Harra. 

1537. John Franklin O'Harra. 

1538. Mary Elizabeth O'Harra. 

1539. Asenath Anne O'Harra. 

1540. Joseph Bailey O'Harra. 

1099. Anne Maria O'Harra, (Mary A. Wynkoop 663, Gerrit 
372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born Novem- 
ber 2, 1832 : married, March 17, 1859, John Robert Reason, born 
July 15, 1830. They lived, at one time, in Texas, Ohio; after- 
wards, on a part of the plantation of her father, in Franklin 
County, Ohio. 

Children of John R. and Anne M. Reason: 

1 541. Mary Alice Reason: b. Mch. 10, 1863 : studied at the Ohio 
Wesleyan University, at Delaware: was a teacher, and 
Secretary of the Franklin County, O., Teachers' Associa- 
tion, consisting of 400 members. 



Wynkoop Genealogy 181 

1542. Charles Creamer Reason: b. Jan. 14, 1865: a planter near 
Columbus, Ohio. 

1543. Nettie Wynkoop Reason: b. Feb. 15, 1867: a good 
musician, vocal and instrumental. 

1544. James William Reason: b. Dec. 9, 1869 : studied medicine. 

1545. John Frederick Reason: b. Aug. 6, 1873. 

1100. Russell Bigelow O'Harra, (Mary A. Wynkoop 663, 
Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
March 15, 1835: married, September 25, 1857, Sarah E. Sessler, 
of Amity, Ohio. He was a volunteer, in the war for the Union. 
He lived in Plain City, Ohio. 

Children of Russell B. and Sarah E. O'Harra: 

1546. Joseph Harrison O'Harra. 

1547. Alanson Gerardus O'Harra. 

1548. Emma Anne O'Harra. 

1549. Mary Gertrude O'Harra. 

1550. Myrtle Ella O'Harra. 

1 55 1. Bertha Belle O'Harra. 

1101. William Martin O'Harra, (Mary A. Wynkoop 663, 
Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
in 1837: married, in September, 1859, Elica Beach, of Brock- 
town, Union County, Ohio, cousin to Jane, who married his 
brother James. He was a volunteer, in the Union army. He 
lived in Columbus. 

Children of William M. and Elica O'Harra: 

1552. Olive B. O'Harra. 

1553. Addie Belle O'Harra. 

1554. Ola Esmond O'Harra. 

1555. Iva O'Harra. 

1556. Ernest Beach O'Harra. 

1122. Matthew Bennett Wynkoop, (Gerardus 667, Matthew 
373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born Febru- 
ary 16, 1830, in Zanesville, Ohio: died March 30, 1895, in New 
York City: married, in 1854, Susie Vincent Hanlin, of Philadel- 
phia, who died December, 1898, in New York. He was a 
printer, on a large scale, in New York City, member of the firm 
of Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, and of Wynkoop & Hallen- 
beck. 

He printed the first and second editions of this genealogy ; and 
he struck out, through excess of modesty, part of what the 



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compiler had written about him, which the compiler can not 
replace. 

Children of Matthew B. and Susie V. Wynkoop: 

1557. Madeline May: b. June 29, i860: d. Aug. 29, 1892, in 
New York City: married, July 6, 1889, Eugene E. Dewey, 
who died June 27, 1891. She was shaken in health and 
strength, while in Italy, with her husband, through 
Roman fever, and a runaway team. 

1558. Lillie Annie Corinne: b. Dec. 21, 1864: d. June 30, 1865. 
1125. Henry W. "Wynkoop, (Gerardus 667, Matthew 373, 

Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born December 
31, 1837, i n Zanesville, Ohio: died September 16, 1887, in Crest- 
line, Ohio: married, June 4, 1862, Mary Cincinnata Wilson, born 
August 7, 1 841, of Jackson, Tenn. He was manager of the tele- 
graphic office in Crestline. 

Children of Henry W. and Mary C. Wynkoop : 

1559. Robert Bennett: b. Mch. 6, 1863, in Pittsburg, Penn. 

1560. Agnes Farrar: b. May 28, 1865, in Crestline. 

1561. Eleanora Augusta: b. Jan. 29, 1869. 

1562. Orrin Booth: b. Aug. 29, 1872. 

1563. Percy Gerardus: b. Oct. 13, 1875. 

1133. Matthew Wynkoop, (John 669, Matthew 373, Gerardus 
153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born March 17, 1829: died 
October 17, 1885, in Bloomsburg, Penn.: married, October 2, 
1856, Elizabeth W. Wright, of Columbia, Penn. They kept a 
select school, in Bloomsburg. 

Child of Matthew and Elizabeth W. Wynkoop : 

1564. William. 

1137. Rebecca Jane Wynkoop, (John 669, Matthew 373, Ger- 
ardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born January 28, 
1840: married, May 2, 1865, Jesse Yearhart Geist, born January 
26, 1840, in Worth ville, Jefferson County, Penn. He was a 
miller and lumber dealer in Worthville. 

Children of Jesse Y. and Rebecca J. Geist: 

1565. Myrtle Belle Geist: b. Dec. 20, 1867. 

1566. Jennie E. Geist: b. Nov. 28, 1869: d. Sept. 14, 1876. 

1567. Daniel Mosgrove Geist: b. Sept. 1, 1871: m. Gwendolyn 
Stebbins, of Brookville, Penn. He was a teacher; and, 
afterwards, a lawyer, at New Bethlehem, Penn. 

1568. Viola Geist: b. and d. Apl. 26, 1874. 



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1569. John Everett Geist: b. June 15, 1875. 

1570. Franklin Ernest Geist: b. Aug. 29, 1878. 

1145, David Wynkoop, (William 671, Matthew 373, Gerardus 
153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born August 3, 1827: 
married, August 15, 1850, Margaret Montgomery, born December 
15, 1828, daughter of James and Susanna Montgomery. They 
lived in New Bethlehem, Clarion County, Penn. 

Children of David and Margaret Wynkoop: 

1571. Harrison H.: b. Sept. 5, 1852: m., Dec. 25, 1874, Mary 
Elizabeth Mortimer. 

1572. James Harvey: b. Sept. 2, 1854: d. Sept. 15, 1856. 

1573. John: b. July 25, 1856. 

1574. Margaret Anne: b. Oct. 15, 1858: d. Feb. 28, 1859. 

1575. Robert S.: b. Feb. 21, i860. 

1576. Susanna Jane: b. Sept. 5, 1862: m., June 3, 1880, S. C. 
Craig. 

1577. Ella: b. June 23, 1867. 

1152. Gerardus Hillis Wynkoop, M.D., (Rev. Stephen R. 677, 
David 374, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
June 4, 1843, in Wilmington, Del.: married, May 30, 1866, in 
Huntington, L. I., Anne Eliza Woodbury, born November 22, 
1848, died June 17, 1896, in New York City, of appendicitis, 
daughter of Gen'l Daniel Phineas and Catharine Rachel (Childs) 
Woodbury. The General was of the U. S. Engineers. 

Gerardus prosecuted studies in Yale College, until his junior 
year: was student with Dr. Willard Parker, and was graduated 
at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., in 1866: 
physician of New York Dispensary, in 1866: professor of 
physiology, in the Woman's Medical College, in 1868: attending 
physician at the Presbyterian Hospital, in 1873: trustee of 
public schools, in 1878: and attending physician at St. Luke's 
Hospital, in the same year, also trustee of the Northern Dispen- 
sary: professor of surgery in the Woman's Medical College: con- 
sulting surgeon of the Northern Dispensary, in 1882: first 
president of the Northern Dispensary, in 1895. 

Children of Gerardus H. and Anne E. Wynkoop: 

1578. Gerardus Mills: b. May 18, 1867: m., May 18, 1901, in 
Somerville, N. J., Helen H. Potts, daughter of George H. 

1579. Kate Childs: b. July 17, 1868: m., Nov. 25, 1889, Harold 
Stanley Forward, of Liverpool, Eng. 



184 Wynkoop Genealogy 

1580. Daniel Woodbury, M.D.: b. July 11, 1873: attended 
Yale University, 1891-92: Columbia University Medical 
College, 1892-96: m., in the city of New York, Nov. 14, 
1903, Carlie M. Schenck, daughter of Allen Schenck, 
deceased. 

1 581. Elizabeth Hillis: b. Mch. 11, 1878: m. Dec. 27, 1900, in 
Manhattan, N. Y. City, Stuyvesant Fish Morris. 

1162. William Wynkoop, Captain, (Thomas L. 681, William 
375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born July 
1, 1835: married, January 6, 1859, Rachel A. Blaker, born 
March 22, 1841, daughter of Joshua Carson and Anne (Cevasdale) 
Blaker. 

He enlisted, August 5, 1861, as private in the 1st Reg. N. Y. 
Cavalry: was promoted to 1st sergeantcy, 2d lieutenantcy, 1st 
lieutenantcy, and captaincy: he was on the staff of Brig.-Gen'l 
Davies, serving as provost marshall, aide-de-camp, and acting 
assistant adj ut ant -general : he was wounded in the ear, and on 
May 28, 1864, near Salem Court House, Va., in the foot: was 
honorably discharged, September 26, 1864. 

He was a planter, at Newtown, Bucks County, Penn. : an elder 
in the Presbyterian church, and superintendent of the Sabbath 
school, from 1872. In 1884, he was a commissioner to the 
Presbyterian General Assembly, at Madison, Wis.; and, in 1890, 
to the General Assembly, at Saratoga, N. Y. He lives in New- 
town. 

Children of Capt. William and Rachel A. Wynkoop : 

1582. Annie Blaker: b. Feb. 4, i860: died, aged about 19. 

1583. Elizabeth Torbert: b. Mch. 28, 1861: m. George Luff. 

1584. Catharine Vansant: b. Feb. 2S, 1864: m. Henry Conklin 
Wylie, who d. about 1891. He was in business in New 
York, and lived in Rutherford, N. J. 

1585. Eva Blaker. 

1586. James Anthony. 

1163. Samuel Torbert Wynkoop, (Thomas L. 681, William 
375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born Septem- 
ber 29, 1837: married February 27, 1861, Eliza Conly Snyder, 
born July 14, 1839, daughter of Amos and Matilda (Brown) 
Snyder. He was a planter, in Bucks County, Penn. 

Children of Samuel T. and Eliza C. Wynkoop : 

1587. Matilda Snyder: b. Aug. 19, 1862: d. Aug. 21, 1864. 



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1588. Emily Snyder: b. Aug. 17, 1864. 

1589. Catharine Langstroth: b. May 7, 1869: m., Mch. 24, 1892, 
Walter S. Buckman, of Newtown, Penn. 

1184. Elizabeth Rose Baker, (Susan Wiley 692, Susan Wyn- 
koop 376, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 

November 30, : died September 20, 1887: married, April 

30, 1859, Rev. Dr. Joseph Tuthill Duryea, born December 9, 
1832, in Jamaica, L. I., died, while visiting in Boston, May 17, 
1898. 

Dr. Duryea was graduated, at the College of New Jersey, in 
1856, and at the seminary in Princeton, in 1859: was pastor of 
the 2d Reformed Church, Troy, N. Y., 1859-62: one of the 
pastors of the Collegiate Dutch Church, N. Y., 1862-67: pastor 
of the Classon Ave. Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
December 26, 1867-April 7, 1879: Central Congregational 
Church, Boston, 1879-89: Congregational Church, Omaha, Neb., 
1889-1894: Williamsburg Reformed Church, Brooklyn, June 4, 
1895, until his death. He married, 2d, December 31, 1889, 
Agnes Sturgess Plummer, daughter of Isaac William and Abby 
Anne (Morton) Plummer. He was a man of great brain and 
large heart, and his preaching was eminently instructive. The 
compiler was one of his parishioners, from 1875 to 1879. 

Children of Dr. Joseph T. and Elizabeth (B.) Duryea: 

1590. Jeannette Duryea: b. Feb. 22, 1861, at Troy, N. Y.: m., 
Jan. 7, 1890, in Omaha, Neb., Charles Abbott Harvey, son 
of Turlington Walker and Maria Louisa (Hardman) 
Harvey. The first wife of Charles was sister to the second 
wife of Dr. Duryea. The children of Jeannette are, Turling- 
ton Duryea, b. Dec. 3, 1890; Rodman Tuthill, b. July 30, 
1892; and Jeannette Duryea, b. Apl. 3, 1894. 

1 591. Anna Foster Duryea: b. Jan. 24, 1864, in New York City: 
m., Feb. 18, 1886, William Croghan Denny, son of William 
Croghan and Nancy (Tripp) Denny. 

1592. Morris Jessup Duryea: b. Apl. 24, 1868, in Brooklyn, N.Y. : 
m. Jessica Eddy, and has one child, Elizabeth Rose. 

1593. Mary Wyman Duryea: b. July 18, 1872. 

1594. Frances Stebbins Duryea: b. July 28, 1875. 

1207, Mary Beattie Steel, (Mary Beattie 716, Christina Wyn- 
koop 390, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) 
born December 30, 1839: married, June 2, 1863, Samuel B. 



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Harvey, M.D., of Jenkintown, who died September 30, 1886. 
The widow was living in Hoboken, N. J., in 1887. 

Dr. Harvey had two sons by a former wife. 

Children of Dr. Samuel B. and Mary B. Harvey: 

1595. Mary Steel Harvey: b. Mch. 9, 1864. 

1596. Daniel Carroll Harvey: b. Sept. 25, 1867. He was edu- 
cated at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. 

1218. Francis Murray Wynkoop, Colonel, (John W. 722, Dr. 
Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 
1,) born in 1820: died December 13, 1857, at Valencia, Schuylkill 
County, Penn. .-married, in 1850, Anna McKnight Decatur Twiggs, 
daughter of Major Levi Twiggs, who fell at Chapultepec, Mexico, 
and niece of Captain Stephen Decatur, Jun., who was commonly 
known as "Commodore." They had no child. 

Francis commanded a regiment of militia, in Schuylkill 
County, Penn. One of the companies volunteered for the war 
against Mexico, under the call of Governor Francis Rawn Shunk, 
and Wynkoop went with it as a private. At Pittsburg, he was 
elected colonel. He was at the capture of Vera Cruz, and in the 
battles of Cerro Gordo and Huamantla, and in numerous skirm- 
ishes, and he exhibited bravery and skill, and received honorable 
mention for gallant service. 

General Scott wrote also of him, as follows : "Some days since, 
[Jan., 1848], Colonel Wynkoop, of the 1st Pennsylvania Volun- 
teers, tendered his services to go, with a few men, to seize the 
guerilla priest, Jarauta, at the head of a small band that had 
long been the terror of all peaceable Mexicans within his reach, 
and who has frequently had skirmishes with our detachments. 
The Colonel, having missed that object, heard that General 
Valencia and staff were at a distant hacienda, and by hard 
riding in the night, succeeded in capturing that general and a 
colonel of his staff. I consider this handsome service, worthy of 
being recorded." {Memoirs of Lieut. Gen. Winfield Scott, 1864, 

vol. ii, pp. 449, 5 6 7> 5 68 -) 

He was editor of the Miner's Journal, at one time; and he 
established the Anthracite Gazette, at Pottsville, Penn. 

He left the Whigs and joined the Democrats, because the 
former had opposed the war. Under President Franklin Pierce, 
he was Marshal of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. On 
retiring from office, he made his home at Valencia, on the line 



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of the Catawissa Railroad, in the northeasterly corner of Schuyl- 
kill County. He bled to death, from a wound in the leg, re- 
ceived accidentally from a gun in the hands of an attendant, 
while he was hunting birds, to tempt the delicate appetite of his 
wife. His death called forth concurrent testimony to the manli- 
ness of his form, the eloquence of his voice, the warmth of his 
heart, and his hold on the affections of the public. 

The compiler received from him a transcript from the record 
of Judge Henry Wynkoop [157], which is mentioned elsewhere 
herein. 

1219. Anna Maria Wynkoop, (John W. 722, Dr. Nicholas 393, 
Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
January 26, 1821 : died July 18, 1881, in New York City: mar- 
ried, December 26, 1842, Thomas Ives Atwood, born September 
14, 1816, died September 28, 1874, in Elizabeth, N. J., son of 
Origen and Roxana (Ives) Atwood, of New Haven. He was in 
business in New York. The compiler frequently met with Mrs. 
Atwood, and found her entertaining and a woman of culture. 
She took much interest in this genealogy, and was helpful with 
information. 

Children of Thomas I. and Anna M. Atwood. 

1597. John Wynkoop Atwood: d. Feb. 12, 1885. 

1598. Emily A. Atwood: m. Horace M. Tabor, and lived in New 
York City. 

1599. Frances Murray Atwood: m. Charles Henry Bayard 
Fisher, and lived in Frederickton, N. B. 

1221. John Estill Wynkoop, Colonel, (John W. 722, Dr. 
Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 
1,) born in 1826: died January 17, 1901: married, 1st, Harriet 
Halberstadt, who died in 1861, daughter of Dr. George Halber- 
stadt, of Pottsville, Penn.; married, 2d, in 1864, her sister 
Annie. 

During the war for the Union, he was Colonel of the 20th Reg. 
Penn. Vol. Cavalry; and he commanded a brigade, at Cumber- 
land, Md. 

Children of John E. and Harriet Wynkoop: 

1600. Augusta Howell: b. in 1858. 

1 60 1. Harriet: b. in i860: m. Lewis Grant, and survives him, 
with three children: Lewis, b. in 1885, Jean, b. in 1887, 
and Anne, b. in 1892. She lives at Pottsville, Pa. 



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Children of John E. and Annie Wynkoop : 

1602. Alfred Halberstadt: b. Jan. 20, 1867: m., Apl. 25, 1893, 
Amanda Jarrett. He was member of the firm of Wynkoop 
& Robinson, at one time; afterwards, of Satterthwaite 
& Wynkoop, general contractors, Philadelphia. His son 
John E., Jtm., was born June 9, 1900. 

1603. John Estill: b. July 20, 1869: d. Dec. 30, 1887. 

1603A. Philip Ver Planck: b. June, 187-1: m. Margaret Jones: 
he has a daughter, Marion, b. about 1897. 

1222. Charles Shippen Wynkoop, (John W. 722, Dr. Nicholas 
393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
in 1828: died in August, 1864, in Petersburg, Va. : married 
Catharine Carmichael. 

He went upon the stage, under the name of Charles McKenzie. 
His southern residence led him to sympathize with the rebellion , 
and he became Lieutenant Colonel of the 14th Reg. of Alabama. 
He was wounded, while in command of the regiment, after the 
explosion, July 30, 1864, of a mine under the rebel defenses of 
Petersburg, and underwent an amputation, from the effects of 
which he died. 

Child of Charles S. and Catharine Wynkoop : 

1604. May: b. in 1858. 

1223. George Wynkoop, Lieutenant Colonel, (John W. 722, 
Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born in 1830: died July 29, 1866, at Kansas City, 
while crossing the plains: married, in 1852, Mary Trayer. 

He was Lieutenant Colonel of the 98th Reg. Penn. Vol. : was 
wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville ; and resigned. He was, 
afterwards, member of the law firm of Bigelow & Wynkoop, 
Philadelphia. 

Child of George and Mary Wynkoop : 

1605. Catharine: d. in infancy. 

1224. Edward Wanshaer Wynkoop, Colonel, (John W. 722, 
Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born in 1836: died September 12, 1891, in Santa Fe, 
N. M.: married, in 1861, Louisa Brown. 

He was Major of a Colorado regiment, and performed perilous 
and efficient services against the rebels in New Mexico, and 
against the Indians. He was displaced, in some way, in 1864, as 
unsuitable for the work, when it was intended to massacre the 



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Cheyennes, at Sand Creek, at a conference to which the Indians 
had been invited : so he was not involved in what is known as the 
"Chivington Massacre." 

He became an Indian Agent, and won the confidence of the 
Indians, because he was one of the few persons who kept faith 
with them. 

He was living, in 1878, at Tremont, Schuylkill County, Penn.; 
and, ten years later, at Santa Fe, where he was warden of the 
New Mexico Penitentiary. He died after a long illness. It is 
said that he was a member of the original Pike's Peak expe- 
dition. 

Children of Edward W. and Louisa Wynkoop : 

1606. Edward Estill: b. in 1862. 

1607. Emily: b. in 1864. 

1608. Angeline: b. in 1866. 

1609. Francis Murray: b. in 1869. 

1 6 10. Charles Wanshaer: b. in 1871. 

1226. Isabella Wynkoop, (Henry 724, Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge 
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born October 20, 
1834: married, October 16, 1866, Jonas White Cole, and lived in 
Trenton, N. J. 

Children of Jonas W. and Isabella (W.) Cole: 

1611. Mabel Cole: b. June 5, 1870: m., Mch. 12, 1890, Frank B. 
Clark: child, Isabel Wynkoop Cole Clark, b. June 5, 1897. 

161 2. Emily Wynkoop Cole: b. July 16, 1873: d. Nov. 6, 1876. 

1613. Grace Frances Cole: b. Sept. 17, 1875. 

1227. Nicholas Wynkoop, Lieutenant, (Gen'l George C. 725, 
Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born December 25, 1831: died August 21, 1862: 
married Almira Herman. 

He was Lieutenant and Adjutant of the 7th Reg. Penn. Vol. 
Cav., commanded by his father, and was killed in a cavalry fight, 
near Gallatin, Ky., August 21, 1862. 

Children of Nicholas and Almira (H.) Wynkoop: 

1614. George Campbell: b. Oct. 29, 1853: m. Ellie Kelley. 

161 5. Mary Amanda: b. July 27, 1855: m. Alexander Harvey. 

1616. Frances Annie: b. Jan. 23, 1858: m. Ai Fenton Reed. 
1252. Henry Wynkoop Watson, (Margaret L. Wynkoop 729, 

Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius 
1,) born October 5, 1836, at Gettysburg, Pa.: a lawyer at 



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Williamsport, Pa.: married, ist, January 7, 1863, Mary Mont- 
gomery, of Lycoming County, who died, childless, March 25, 
187 1, aged about 38 years: married, 2d, October 15, 1874, at 
Dayton, 0., Mary A. Cummin, who is living with him and their 
two children. 

He attended a private school at Clinton, N. J., and a public 
school at Princeton, and a school at Chestnut Hill, Pa. : entered 
the sophomore class of the College of New Jersey in 1854, and 
was graduated in 1857: taught school at Rockville, Pa., and at 
Milton: studied law with S. D. Bell: was employed by Dawson 
& Brown: he was admitted to the Bar, in 1859, at Sunbury, Pa., 
and soon afterward established himself at Williamsport. 

In 1 86 1 he joined, as a private, Com. A., nth Reg. Pa. Vol. 
Inf., and was with them in a skirmish at Falling Waters, Va., 
in July of that year, and soon after was mustered out at Harris- 
burg, and saw no further military service, except with the 
emergenc}^ men, at the time of the Antietam campaign. 

He was for one term a school director, and was for eight years 
attorney for Williamsport City. 

Children of Henry W. and Mary A. (C.) Watson: 
1616A. James Cummin Watson : b. Jan. 7, 1876, at Williamsport 
a lawyer, in his father's office. He served in the Spanish- 
American War. 
1616B. Man' Irvin Watson: b. Oct. n, 1879. 

1253. Robert Belville Watson, M.D., (Margaret L. Wynkoop 
729, Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born May 7, 1838, at Gettysburg, Pa.: a physician at 
Lock Haven, Pa.: married, December 13, 1866, Emma Louisa 
Grafins, born in 1845, died March 9, 1885. He married, 2d, 
September 7, 1887, Anna Elliott, of Jersey City, born January 15, 
1851. 

He attended the public schools, also the school at Lawrence- 
ville, N. J., and was graduated at the College of New Jersey, in 
1 86 1. He served as surgeon, in the Volunteer army. 

Children of Robert B. and Emma (G.) Watson: 
1616c. Laura Grafins Watson: b. Dec. 31, 1869: lives in Phila- 
delphia. 
1616D. Mary Watson: b. Mch. 31, 1874: lives with her father. 
i6i6e. Grace Hall Watson : b. Apl. 5, 1880: lives with her father. 

1254. Jonathan Edwards Wynkoop Van Doren, (Susan Wyn- 



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koop 733, Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, 
Cornelius 1,) born December 15, 1836: married, in June, i860, 
Achsale Amelia Dey Applegate, daughter of James and Dena 
(Dey) Applegate. He lived in New York City: and he signed 
himself J. E. Van Doren. 

Mr. Applegate was, at one time, Sheriff of Middlesex County, 
N.J. 

Children of Jonathan E. and Achsale Van Doren: 

1 61 7. Helen Wynkoop Van Doren: m., Oct. 12, 1887, in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Edward Marshall Alden, of Troy, N. Y. 

1 61 8. James Applegate Van Doren. He was drowned from a 
yacht, at Indian Harbor, Conn,, in 1886, aged 17^ years. 

1257a. Albert Harnisch Wynkoop, Rev., (Franklin 743A, 
John 411, Philip 166, Philip 48, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born 
September 17, 1866, in Montgomery County, Penn. : married 
June 30, 1897, in Austin, Potter County, Penn., Lois Winifred 
Lyman, born February 23, 1872, in Sweden Valley, Potter 
County, daughter of Albert G. and Adelaide Lyman, a graduate 
of Bucknell Institute, in 1890. 

He was graduated Ph.B., in 1894, at the Bucknell Institute, 
and, in 1897, completed his studies in the Crozer Baptist Semi- 
nary. He was pastor of a church at Danielson, near Brooklyn, 
Conn., in 1902, and more recently at Morgantown, Burke County, 
N. C. 

Child of Albert H. and Lois W. Wynkoop: 
i6i8a. Dorothy Lyman: b. Dec. 13, 1898. 

1269, Stephen Girard Wood, (Sarah Wynkoop 762, James 
420, Capt. Jacobus 167, Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) 
born March 12, 1832: married, 1st, December 21, 1852, Helen 
Pruyn, who died October 11, 1855, daughter of Samuel and 
Helen (Vandervoort) Pruyn, of Albany; married, 2d, April 21, 
1863, Emma Justina Pruyn, daughter of Lansing and Anna 
Mary (Saltus) Pruyn. Samuel and Lansing were distantly 
related. 

Children of Stephen G. and Helen Wood: 

16 1 9. Sarah Elizabeth Wood: b. Oct. g, 1853. She lives in 
Albany, N. Y. 

1620. Helen Wood: b. and d. in 1855. 
Child of Stephen G. and Emma J. Wood: 

1621. Lansing Pruyn Wood: b. June 15, 1870. 



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1271, Robert D.Wynkoop, (Robert D. 764, James 420, Capt. 
Jacobus 167, Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
August 1, 1843, in New York City: married, January 12, 1867, 
Isabella Van Winkle. 

He was a member of Com. C, 21st Reg. N. J. Vol. Afterwards, 
he was a lawyer, in' Jersey City; and, later, in New York. 

Children of Robert D. and Isabella Wynkoop: 

1622. Jennie D. 

1623. Juliette G. 

1624. Frances E. 

1625. Maud L. : d. Dec. 25, 1878, aged 6 years, from burning, 
occasioned by her playing with matches. 

1282. Benjamin Joseph Wynkoop, (Joseph P. 766, Abraham 
431, Benjamin 175, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
March 18, 1837, in Philadelphia: died there April 22, 1885: 
married, March 10, 1866, at Washington, D. C., Martha Elinor 
Osborne, born September 20, 1838, in Washington, daughter of 
James and Mary Elinor (Fisher) Osborne: she was living in 
April, 1903. 

Benjamin was, at one time, a proof-reader in Washington: 
afterwards he was editor of the Confectioner's Journal, Phila- 
delphia. 

Children of Benjamin J. and Martha E. Wynkoop: 
1625A. Ella May, born Feb. 9, 1867, in Washington: m. there, 
Mch. 22, 1888, Frank I. Ramsay: children: Bruce Sher- 
man, b. Jan. 22, 1889; Charles Sylvester, b. Aug. 2, 1892; 
and Leah, b. Oct. 31, 1893. 
1625B. Thomas Pilmore, b. Mch. 6, 1868, in Washington: m. 
Emma Grace: children; Norman Osborne, b. Dec. 14, 
1893; Thomas Pilmore, b. Dec. 27, 1896; and Mary 
Edith, b. Jan. 25, 1899. 
1625c. Benjamin Norman, b. Nov. 29, 1869, in Washington. 

1286. Mary Emma Tennant, (Caroline Davis 771, Mary Wyn- 
koop 434, Abram 176, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1 :) 
married John M. Gardner, and survived him, and lives in Balti- 
more, Md. 

Children of John M. and Mary E. Gardner: 

1626. Mary Caroline Gardner. 

1627. Howard Addison Gardner: deceased. 

1628. William Leon Gardner: deceased. 



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1287. Anna Caroline Tennant, (Caroline Davis 771, Mary 
Wynkoop 434, Abram 176, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 
1 :) married Carl Otto Hahn, from Prussia, and lived in San 
Francisco. 

Children of Carl 0. and Anna C. Hahn: 

1629. Edwin Otto Hahn. 

1630. Carl Tennant Hahn. 

1 63 1. Mary Matilda Hahn. 

1300. Mary Corneille Wynkoop, (Alonzo I. 777, Benjamin 444, 
Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
July 15, 1839, in Chemung, N. Y. : died July 17, 1867: married, 
June 3, 1863, Charles Munson Young, of New York City, born 
September 11, 1834, in Wantage, N. J., son of Silas and Huldah 
(Lewis) Young. 

Charles married, 2d, Amanda Ramsey Young, daughter of 
John M. and Nancy D. (Ramsey) Young. 

Child of Charles M. and Mary C. (W.) Young: 

1632. Charles Munson Young, Jun.: b. Nov. 30, 1864. 

1302. Helen Mar Wynkoop, (Alonzo I. 777, Benjamin 444, 
Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
September 7, 1843: married, October 22, 1873, William Waite 
Everett, of New York City, son of John and Catharine (Brown) 
Everett. 

Child of William W. and Helen M. Everett: 

1633. Catharine Everett: b. July 30, 1874, in Chemung, N. Y. 

1318. Delia Antoinette Wynkoop, (Nile F. 780, Benjamin 444, 
Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
September 29, 1846: married, December 26, 1872, Henry Sayre 
Bridgeman, of Rockstream, N. Y., son of Lewis H. and Angelia 
(Sayre) Bridgeman. 

Child of Henry S. and Delia A. Bridgeman: 

1634. Guy Wynkoop Bridgeman: b. Oct. 13, 1873. 

1319. Alice Louise Wynkoop, (Nile F. 780, Benjamin 444, 
Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
September 1, 1852: married, February 26, 1874, Charles Rock- 
well, of Burlington, Penn. 

Child of Charles and Alice L. (W.) Rockwell: 

1635. Alice L. Rockwell: b. Feb., 1876. 

1336. Francis Grey Wynkoop, (Abraham 786, John 445, 

Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
13 



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September 13, 1822: married, May 15, 1850, Catharine Grassby, 
of Perm., born April 13, 1825. They lived in Freeport, 111. 
Children of Francis G. and Catharine (G.) Wynkoop: 

1636. Warren D.: b. Jan. 8, 1852. 

1637. Clarence M.: b. Apl.4, 1854. 

1638. Alida Margaret: b. Nov. 29, i860. 

1338. Deborah Lucretia Wynkoop, (Abraham 786, John 445, 
Benjamin 178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born 
November 24, 1828: married, November 26, 1845, Ferdinand 
McDuffie, born March 14, 181 5, son of Neal and Anna McDuffie. 
They lived at Orcutt Run, Penn. 

Children of Ferdinand and Delia L. McDuffie: 

1639. Louis Neal McDuffie: b. Mch. 29, 1855. 

1640. Frank Abram McDuffie: b. July 5, 1857. 

1641. Anna Viola McDuffie: b. July 4, 1859. 

1345. Helen Wynkoop, (Legrand 790, John 445, Benjamin 
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius 1,) born August 24, 
1833: married, 1st, Samuel H. Leidy; married, 2d, John Van 
Ornam. They lived in Nebraska. Leidy was killed in the 
Union army, about the close of the war. 

Children of Samuel H. and Helen Leidy: 

1642. George Leidy. 

1643. Harriet Leidy. 

1644. Charles Leidy. 

1645. Frank Legrand Leidy. 

1366. James Silvester Wynkoop, (Robert G. 804, Rev. Peter 
S. 451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1 :) m. Helen De Wolf. 

Child of James S. and Helen Wynkoop: 

1646. Walter De Wolf: b. June 4, 1875. 

1370. Margaret Gosman Wynkoop, (Peter S. 805, Rev. Peter 
S. 451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born August 5, 1852: married, April 
20, 1 881, in Hudson, N. Y., William Wallace Hegeman, born 
November 14, 1854, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., son of William 
Wallace and Harriet Elizabeth (Allen) Hegeman. 

He is a civil engineer. He lived, for a short time, in Ashtabula, 
Ohio; afterwards, he was of the firm of Hegeman & Co., con- 
tractors, Pittsburg, Penn. Still later, he lived at Spuyten Duy- 
vil, N. Y. He was a descendant from Adriaen and Kathryna 



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(Margits) Hegeman, settlers in Flatbush, Kings County, N. Y., 
about 1653. 

Children of William W. and Margaret G. Hegeman: 

1647. Margery Allen Hegeman: b. Aug. 3, 1882, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

1648. Harold Wynkoop Hegeman: b. May 15, 1884, Rhinebeck, 
N. Y. 

1649. Arthur William Hegeman: b. Feb. 25, 1886, Rhinebeck. 

1650. John Gosman Hegeman: b. Oct. 3, 1890, Spuyten Duyvil. 

1 65 1. Clarence Hegeman: b. Feb. 15, 1894, Spuyten Duyvil. 

1652. Ralph McCracken Hegeman: b. June 4, 1896, Spuyten 
Duyvil. 

1371. Mary Miller Wynkoop, (Peter S. 805, Rev. Peter S. 
451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born February 22, 1855: married 
Arthur Morton Hankes, who died in 1877, son of Owen Glen- 
dower and Caroline (Morton) Hankes. 

Child of Arthur M. and Mary M. Hankes: 

1653. Edith Morton Hankes. 

1384. Emma Judson Wynkoop, (Jonathan G. 806, Rev. Peter 
S. 451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. 
Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born January 14, 1858, in Syracuse, 
N. Y. : married there, June 14, 1882, Dr. Crawford Ellsworth 
Fritts, of Hudson, N. Y. 

Child of Dr. Crawford E. and Emma J. Fritts: 

1654. Harold Ellsworth Fritts: b. Jan. 11, 1885. 

1385. William Augustus Wynkoop, (Jonathan G. 806, Rev. 
Peter S. 451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born March 5, 1863, in Syracuse, 
N. Y. : married, September 17, 1884, Mary Maclntyre Jaycox. 

Children of William A. and Mary M. (J.) Wynkoop: 
I ^55- Jonathan Gosman: b. Jan. 16, 1886. 

1656. William Lawrence: b. Sept. 17, 1888. 

1387. Edward Judson Wynkoop, M.D., (Jonathan G. 806, 
Rev. Peter S. 451, John C. 205, Capt. Cornelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, 
Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born April 24, 1869, in Syracuse, 
N. Y. : married, June 15, 1898, Florence Niver, youngest daugh- 
ter of W. K. Niver, of Syracuse. He is a physician, at Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Child of Dr. Edward J. and Florence Wynkoop: 

1657. William Niver: b. Mch. 30, 1899. 



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1396. Josiah Henry Macy, [Stanton by birth,] (Jonathan H. 
Stanton 815, Richard 458, Maria Wynkoop 206, Capt. Cornelius 
C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius 1,) born August 10, 
1840: married, November 29, 1859, Jane Carpenter, born April 
11, 1841, daughter of Henry Mead and Rebecca Willits (Under- 
hill) Carpenter. 

Josiah was adopted by his grandfather, Josiah Macy, of Rye, 
N. Y., and his surname was changed to Macy. 

Children of Josiah H. and Jane Macy: 

1658. Walter Macy: b. Sept. 20, i860, in Harrison, N. Y. : d. 
Apl. 15, 1885: unmarried. 

1659. William Austin Macy, M.D.: b. July 4, 1862: m. Marion 
Wright. 

1660. Leda Macy: b. Nov. 2, 1864, in Harrison: m. Nov. 8, 
1893, Richard Willits Underhill, son of Samuel and Han- 
nah W. (Seaman) Underhill. They live in Boonton, N. J. 

1661. Edith Macy: b. Dec. 11, 1866: d. Dec. 14, 1866. 

1662. Augusta Macy: b. Jan. 11, 1868: lives in New York. 

1663. Carroll Macy: b. May 13, 1870: lives in Boonton. 

1664. Carleton Macy: b. Oct. 14, 1872: lives in New York. 
1408. Oscar Packard, (Sarah Wynkoop 886, Peter 510, Judge 

Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born April 19, 1810, in New York City: died July 12, 1891, in 
Loudonville, N. Y. : married, November 20, 1845, Fanny Worth- 
ington, born July 17, 181 7, died September 7, 1896, in Albany, 
N. Y., daughter of Gad and Fanny (Belden) Worthington, of 
Lenox, Mass. 

Children of Oscar and Fanny Packard: 

1665. Catharine Packard: m. James Cassidy. 

1666. Mary Packard: m. Edwin Ellis and lived in Loudonville. 

1667. Edward Winslow Packard: m. Elizabeth Blydenburgh. 
1411. Harriet Wynkoop Packard, (Sarah Wynkoop 886, 

Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 
4, Cornelius 1,) born August 20, 1814: died October 19, 1896: 
married, August 13, 1838, Jacob Hamlin Shear, born August 27, 
1809, died January 31, 1874, in Albany, son of Jacob and Mary 
(Tripp) Shear. 

Jacob was of the firms of McGraw & Shear, and Shear, Pack- 
ard & Co., manufacturers of stoves, on a large scale, in Albany, 
N. Y. The second firm was made up of Jacob, and his brother- 



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in-law, Joseph Packard: afterwards Shear's brother, and Pack- 
ard's brother, George W., were admitted. 
Children of Jacob H. and Harriet W. Shear: 

1668. Emma Cordelia Shear : b. May 27, 1839: m., Apl. 19, 1870, 
Prof. George W. Hough, LL.D., Director of Dearborn 
Observatory, Evanston, 111. 

1669. Orville Augustus Shear : b. May 22, 1843; d. Oct. 22, 1903, 
at Albany, N. Y. : unmarried. 

1670. Harriet Juliet Shear: b. June 21, 1845: m., May 25, 1869, 
Emile Cardoze, who d. in 1879. 

167 1. Theodore Robert Shear: b. Mch. 25, 1847: m. Mary 
Louise Quackenbos. 

1672. Josephine Sarah Shear: b. Apl. 10, 1849: m., Jan. 14, 
1874, George M. Dorrance. 

1673. Oscar Shear: b. Feb. 5, 1851: d. July 22, 1853. 

1674. Kate Maud Shear: b. Mch. 11, 1853: m., Jan. 11, 1875, 
Charles B. Clover. 

1675. Isabella Shear: b. Dec. 14, 1855: d. Dec. 17, 1862. 

1412. Charles Isaac Packard, (Sarah Wynkoop, 886, Peter 510, 
Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born October 21, 1816: married, in May, 1840, Hester 
Brooks. 

Children of Charles I. and Hester (B.) Packard: 
1675A. James B. Packard. 
167 5B. John Quackenbos Packard. 

1413. Joseph Packard, (Sarah Wynkoop 886, Peter 510, Judge 
Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born October 1, 1818: died August 16, 1888, in Vichy, France, 
married, April 9, 1856, Catharine V. Hilton, born in 1834, 
daughter of Judge Robert I. and Margaret A. (Van Vorst) Hilton. 

Children of Joseph and Catharine V. Packard: 

1676. Margaret Alice Packard: b. Jan. 30, 1857, in Albany, N.Y.: 
m., July 7, 1879, Eugene Felicien Albert, Count Goblet 
d' Alviella, born Aug. 10, 1846, in Brussels, Belgium. 
They have two children: Felix Albert Joseph, b. May 26, 
1884, in Ixelles; and Helene Margaret Alice, b. Nov. 2, 
1887. 

1677. Eleanor Mary Packard: b. in 1859: m., July 1, 1891, in 
London, St. James, Piccadilly, Capt. Arthur Vincent 
Hatch, of the 1st Ghoorkhas, Bengal Staff Corps. 



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1422. William Henry Dunning, (Harriet Wynkoop 889, Peter 
510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born August 11, 1819: died February 7, 1885, in 
New York City: married, April 13, 185 1, Eliza A. Bogardus, born 
October 28, 1830, daughter of William Bogardus, a lawyer. He 
was a member of the firms of Watt, Dunning & Graham, Dun- 
ning, Tooker & Co., and Dunning, Leeds & Farrar, in New York 
City; the last two were clothing firms. He was a member of 
the consistory of the Collegiate Dutch Church, for many years. 

Children of William H. and Eliza A. Dunning: 

1678. Helen Robertson Dunning: b. Mch. 31, 1852: m., Sept. i, 
1875, Henry William Jameson, District Superintendent of 
Schools, N. Y. City, son of John and Rachel (Stedman) 
Jameson. They have children: Charles Baring, b. July 19, 
1876; Florence Eliza, b. Apl. 14, 1878; and Arthur Sted- 
man, b. Feb. 6, 1884. 

1679. Jacob Abramse Robertson Dunning: b. Jan. 1, 1854: m., 
Oct. 11, 1888, Florence Hoag, daughter of Frank and 
Margaret (Beach) Hoag. He is a real estate broker in 
New York City. 

1680. Augustus Wynkoop Dunning: b. Oct. 3, 1855: d. Oct. 18, 
1896: m., May 12, 1888, Mary Bolles, daughter of Thomas 
and Matilda (Gilbert) Bolles. He was in the commission 
business, in New York City. 

1 68 1. Robert Bogardus Dunning: b. Aug. 5, i860: d. Jan. 20, 
1894, N. Y. City: unmarried. 

1427. Julia Anna Wynkoop, (Rev. Richard 891, Peter 510, 
Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born July 11, 1826, in New York City: died March 9, 
1890, at Dykeman, Putnam County, N. Y. : married, December 
6, 1848, in New Brunswick, N. J., William Charles Brewster, 
born May 30, 181 6, died October 23, 1893, at Dykeman, son of 
Samuel and Eliza C. (Strang) Brewster. The last was a descend- 
ant of Daniel and Charlotte (Le Mestre) Streing, early Hugue- 
not settlers at New Rochelle, N. Y. William was a planter. 

Children of William C. and Julia A. Brewster: 

1682. Samuel Brewster: b. Nov. 3, 1852; d. May 24, 1853. 

1683. Virginia Dunning Brewster: b. Dec. 9, 1855: married, ist, 
July 10, 1872, Francis Darwin Hedge, who died Apl. 23, 
1873, in Northampton, Mass., aged 35 years. She mar- 



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ried, 2d, August 31, 1884, in Danbury, Conn., Howell 
Brown, and obtained a divorce from him, June 18, 1889. 
She married, 3d, July 6, 1890, at Dykeman, John William 
McKnight, born June 5,' 1865, in Hamilton, Can. They 
live on Brewster Hill, Dykeman. 
1684. Julia Anna Brewster, b. Jan. 2, 1858: m., Oct. 5, 1881, at 
Dykeman, Hiram Granville Durgie. They live on Brew- 
ster Hill; and have one child, Arthur Francis Durgie, b. 
Jan. 10, 1883. 
1428. Richard Wynkoop, (Rev. Richard 891, Peter 510, 
Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born June 29, 1829, at the manse, Yorktown (Krom- 
pond hamlet), Westchester County, N. Y. : living in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : married, 1st, September 9, 1854, in New York City, Anna 
Elizabeth Maginnis, born July 20, 182 1, in New York City, died 
there, October 12, 1858, daughter of Edward and Eliza (Larkin) 
Maginnis ; the former a native of Ireland, and the latter of New 
England. He married, 2d, in N. Y., March 26, 1863, Lydia 
Belcher Strang, born June 1, 1831, at Peekskill, N. Y., died 
September 1, 1900, daughter of Joseph White and Elizabeth 
Morgan (Belcher) Strang: the former was a descendant of 
Daniel and Charlotte (Le Mestre) Streing, Huguenot settlers at 
New Rochelle, N. Y., as stated herein above. 

Richard lived at Yorktown, 1829-34; Hagerstown, Md., 1834- 
43; New Brunswick, N. J., 1843-49; New York, 1849-63; 
Yonkers, N. Y., 1863-75; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1875-. He was 
graduated at Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J., A.B., in 
1849, and A.M., in 1852: was vice-president of the alumni, in 
1880, and again in 1888, and, in the year last named, he pre- 
sided at the annual meeting. He is a lawyer by profession ; but, 
since he left the customs service, he has been a genealogist, first 
as an amateur, and, afterwards, as a professional. 

He studied law in the offices of Field & Sluyter, and of Stough- 
ton & Harrington, and was managing clerk for them respectively, 
and, afterwards, for Ellis, Burrill & Davison, returning to 
Stoughton & Harrington, in the same position, in 1853, and 
thence to the office of Charles A. Peabody : was admitted to the 
Bar, May 7, 1852, on certificate of David Dudley Field, while 
E. W. Stoughton was one of the examiners: was in partnership 
with Peabody, January 1, 1855 to June 30, i860, except for two 



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intervals, when Peabody was on the bench of the Supreme Court, 
and, in the latter of these intervals, Milton Crane Tracy was 
associated with him under the firm name of Wynkoop & Tracy. 
He was admitted to practice in the United States Courts, July 9, 
1862, on motion of Edwin W. St ought on. 

He was appointed Canada export clerk, September 5, 1864, by 
Hiram Barney, Collector of Customs of the District of the City 
of New York, but filled the place of withdrawal entry clerk: was 
promoted, December 1, 1864, to the chief -clerkship of the Navi- 
gation Division, the 4th, by Collector Simeon Draper, and was in 
charge also of the foreign clearance and entrance desk. From 
this time he was constantly charged with the duties of Deputy 
Collector, ad interim. His salary, as chief clerk, was increased 
by Collector Moses H. Grinnell. Through the summer of 1873, 
he was in charge of the division, because of the sickness of the 
Deputy, George W. Embree; and, after the death of the latter, 
and on December 17, 1873, he was made full Deputy, by Collector 
Chester A. Arthur: and he was removed, on political grounds, 
September 5, 1885, while Edward L. Hedden was Collector. 

He wrote Documenting of Vessels, John Bliss & Co., 1880; 
Clearance and Entrance of Vessels, D. Appleton & Co., 1882 ; and 
Vessels and Voyages, a manual, D. Van Nostrand, 1886; also, 
the Wynkoop Family, a pamphlet, 1866; and the Wynkoop 
Genealogy, 1878; and he is the compiler of this work. He wrote 
also the Schureman Genealogy, sl pamphlet, 1889, published by 
Melanchthon F. Schureman; and the Schure mans of New Jersey, 

1902, published by himself. Also, the Schuremans of New York, 

1903, published by himself. Also, outline genealogies of several 
families, which were published in the N. Y . Gen. and Biog. Record 
— Strang. Quackenbos, Zabriskie, Thomson, and Thompson. 

He was a correspondent of a newspaper in Hagerstown, Md., 
in 1854-55, and the editor, Williams, was in danger of lynching, 
for publishing the letters. He was active in Republican politics, 
in the 18th, 15th, 9th, and 16th Wards, N. Y., 1855-63, and in 
Yonkers, 1863-71, and in the 7th Ward, Brooklyn, 1887-96; and 
he served as canvasser, registrar, and inspector of elections, in 
Brooklyn, for a series of years. 

He was superintendent of the University Place Church Mission 
Sabbath School, 140 Sixth Avenue, N. Y., through the summer 
of 1858: deacon of the First Presbyterian Church, Yonkers, 1866- 



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67: elder, 1867-70, and 1871-73: trustee of that congregation, 
and clerk of the board, 1867-75 : secretary of the Yonkers Branch 
Bible Association, 1866-75: a manager of the Westchester 
County Bible Society, 1868-75: trustee of the Classon Avenue 
Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, 1879-85, and clerk of the board, 
1883-85. 

His name, in Dutch, would be Rijkaard, with Rijk as a diminu- 
tive. He has thought, until recently, that Dirck or Dirk and 




Dick were equivalents ; but he now holds Dirk to be equivalent 
to Dederick, derived from Theodorick. See Judge Dirck [292]. 

A likeness of him is here given. 

Child of Richard and Anna E. Wynkoop: 

1685. Edward Maginnis: b. Oct. 12, 1858, N. Y.: d. there Aug. 

5, i859. 
Children of Richard and Ly dia B . Wynkoop : 

1686. Joseph Strang: b. July 10, 1864, Yonkers: d. there July 
20, 1865. 



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1687. Hubert Schuurman: b. Sept. 20, 1866: m. Sarah Matilda 
Zabriskie. 

1688. Eugene: b. July 23, 1870: d. Oct. 2, 1870, Yonkers. 
1432. Emma Wynkoop, (Rev. Richard 891, Peter 510, Judge 

Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born October 4, 1838, in Hagerstown, Md. : married, February 
26, 1859, in New York City, James Josiah Clark, born September 
14, 1836, in New London, Conn., son of James Stewart and 
Frances Bridget (Potter) Clark. They lived in New York. 
Clark was member of the firms of Dunning, Tooker & Co., and 
Dunning, Leeds & Farrar, as clothiers; and afterwards, in the 
men's-furnishing business, independently. 
Children of James J. and Emma Clark: 

1689. Fannie Wynkoop Clark: b. Nov. 10, 1859, N. Y. City. 

1690. Clarence Wynkoop Clark: b. Nov. 12, 1865: d. Aug. 10, 
1866. 

1434. Sarah Fulton Wynkoop, (Rev. Jefferson 892, Peter 510, 
Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born December 17, 1829, in New York City: died 
November 7, 1897, in Washington City: married, December 17, 
1 85 1, Charles Hitchcock Sherrill, born March 24, 18 14, at Sandy 
Hill, N. Y., died January 4, 1887, Washington City, son of 
Darius and Mary (Day) Sherrill. 

Children of Charles H. and Sarah F. Sherrill: 

1691. Mary Jennie Sherrill: born, in May, 1855, in Cuba, N. Y. : 
unmarried (1902). 

1692. Charles Hitchcock Sherrill: b. Apl. 13, 1867; in Washing- 
ton, D. C. : was graduated at Yale University, in 1889, 
with A.B.; in 1891, with LL.B.; and in 1892, with M.A. 
He is a practising lawyer, in the city of New York. Un- 
married. 

1435. Julia Anna Wynkoop, (Rev. Jefferson 892, Peter 510, 
Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born January 4, 1832: married, June 17, 1851, Russell 
Smith, of Cuba, Alleghany County, N. Y., born July 10, 1830, 
died October 31, 1869, son of Stephen and Dency (Harrison) 
Smith, of Peterboro, N. H. 

Children of Russell and Julia A. Smith. 

1693. Addison Wynkoop Smith : b. Oct. 25, 1852, in Cuba, N. Y. : 
m., Dec. 15, 1875, Helen Amelia McWhirter. 



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1694. Charles Sherrill Smith, b. May 27, 1856: unmarried. 

1695. Dora Eloise Smith: b. Sept. 7, i860: d. May 18, 1889: 
unmarried. 

1696. Edith Reeve Smith: b. Sept. 18, 1863: d. Dec. 31, 1884: 
unmarried. 

1697. Russell Smith: b. July 28, 1867: d. Oct. 31, 1869. 
1436. John Quackenbos Wynkoop, (Rev. Jefferson 892, 

Peter 510, Judge Dirck, 292, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, 
Evert 4, .Cornelius 1,) born March 19, 1835, in Gilbertsville, N. Y. : 
died July 15, 1878, in Cordova, Rock Island County, 111., of 
heart disease: married, February 27, 1862, Edith Reeve, who 
died February 29, 1881, aged 36 years, daughter of George 
Reeve, of Zanesville, Ohio, and of California. Edith was only 
five years old, when her mother died, and she was reared in 
Philadelphia by her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Slade, wife of Alfred. 

John was, in 1864, chairman of the board of supervisors. He 
was an active and prominent business man. 

Children of John Q. and Edith Wynkoop: 

1698. Fannie Slade: d. about a year old. 

1699. Edith Shaw: d. unmarried. 

1700. Carrie Slade: unmarried: she was in Asheville, N. C, in 
December, 1902. 

1701. George Reeve: living in B. C. : unmarried (Nov. 1902.) 

1702. Bertha Sherrill: m. Nov. 20, 1902, at Cuba, N. Y., Rev. 
Edwin Dodge Hardin, and lives at Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

1450. Cornelius De Witt Wynkoop, (Genl. Cornelius E. 896, 
Evert C. 517, Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 
28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born April 6, 1830: died January 9, 
1899, in the Seney Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., after a surgical 
operation: married, 1st, April 4, 1858, Harriet Pook, from 
England, who died October 21, 1889. He married, 2d, April 10, 
1892, in Brooklyn, Mrs. Mary Annie (Miller) Scrymser, widow 
of Charles Arlington Scrymser. 

He was, at one time, on the police force of the city of New 
York : and he was afterwards a printer, and, at the time of his death, 
was a member of the printing firm of Wynkoop & McKay. He 
was a teacher in the Sabbath School of the Tabernacle, Brooklyn . 

Children of Cornelius D. and Harriet Wynkoop: 

1703. Cornelius Evert: b. June 14, 1859: m. Emma Frances 
Walker, known as Frank. They live at Rhinebeck, N. Y. 



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1704. Mary Elizabeth: b. June i, 1869: m., Apl. 15, 1891, in 
Brooklyn, John Duncan Duff, who d. in New Haven, 
Conn., in June, 1902. 

1451. Henry De Witt, (Cornelia Wynkoop 898, Evert C. 517, 
Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born December 5, 1811, died January 12, 1885: 
married Elizabeth J. Griggs. 

Children of Henry and Elizabeth J. De Witt: 

1705. Orilla De Witt: b. Nov. 16, 1846. 

1706. George Washington De Witt: b. Oct. 14, 1848: d. Nov. 
27, 1851. 

1707. Cornelia Laura De Witt: b. Apl. 14, 1850: d. Sept., 185 1. 

1708. Catharine De Witt: b. Oct. 7, 1852. 

1709. Harriet Griggs De Witt: b. Aug. 10, 1854. 

1710. William Henry De Witt: b. Aug. 6, 1856. 

1453. Peter De Witt, (Cornelia Wynkoop 898, Evert C. 517, 
Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born March i, 181 5: married Sarah Broadhead. 

Child of Peter and Sarah De Witt : 

1711. Mary B. De Witt: b. Feb. 7, 1850. 

1454. Cornelius Wynkoop De Witt, (Cornelia Wynkoop 898, 
Evert C. 517, Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 
28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born March 4, 1817: married Charity 
H. Van Gaasbeek. 

Children of Cornelius W. and Charity H. De Witt : 

17 1 2. John E. De Witt: b. Aug. 4, 1839. 

17 13. Louisa Catharine De Witt: b. July 5, 1842: d. Sept. 22, 

1845. 

1 7 14. Cornelia De Witt: b. May 22, 1844: d. July 13, 1895, in 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m., 1st, George Stannard, who d. Dec. 
25, 1887, in Brooklyn; m., 2d, in 1888, Jerome Stephen 
Plummer. 

1 7 15. Louisa C. De Witt: b. Apl. 22, 1846. 

1 7 16. Henry Clay De Witt: b. Aug. 22, 1848: d. Aug. 2, 1869. 
1456. Cornelia Maria Wynkoop, (Jacob R. 899, Evert C. 517, 

Maj. Cornelius E. 295, Capt. Evert 112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, 
Cornelius 1,) born March 28, 1826: married, February 17, 1848, 
Moses Woolsey, son of Clinton and Elizabeth (Elting) Woolsey. 
They lived in Middlebush, N. J. 

Children of Moses and Cornelia M. Woolsey: 



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1717. Charlotte Woolsey : b. Dec. 23, 1848. 

1 7 18. Albert Woolsey: b. Nov. 9, 1850. . 

1719. De Witt Woolsey: b. Nov. 27, 1852. 

1720. Walter Woolsey : b. in 1864. 

1487. Marie Kate Wynkoop, (Evert 987, Everett H. 550, 
Hezekiah 315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born June 26, 1858: married, June 27, 1882, Christopher C. 
James, born August 17, 1848, son of James A. and Phcebe 
(Edwards) James. 

Christopher was in the post-office, New York City, for 1 2 years : 
and, after July, 1889, he was postal-note agent, with the Ameri- 
can Bank Note Company. 

Children of Christopher C. and Marie K. James: 

1721. Lilia Russell James: b. Jan. 21, 1885. 

1722. George Sharpe James: b. Aug. 8, 1887. 

1488. Russell Wynkoop, (Evert 987, Everett H. 550, Heze- 
kiah 315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born 
August 1, 1 86 1 : married, December 14, 1882, Emma Van Loan. 
They lived at Saugerties, N. Y., on a plantation of his father's. 

Children of Russell and Emma Wynkoop : 

1723. Brace: b. Nov. 20, 1883. 

1724. Evert: b. July 15, 1885. 

1725. William J.: b. May 6, 1890. 

1490. William Wynkoop, (Isaac 988, Everett H. 550, Hezekiah 
315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born July 16, 
1858: married, December 28, 1881, Elizabeth Snyder, daughter 
of Isaac and Sally Anne (Martin) Snyder. 

Children of William and Elizabeth Wynkoop ; 

1726. Isaac: b. Nov. 12, 1882: d. Aug. 3, 1887. 

1727. Sarah Augusta: b. Dec. 9, 1884. 

1728. Charles Wilson : b. Mch. 4, 1889. 

1495. Egbert Henry Wynkoop, (Myndert 992, Judge Henry 
552, Hezekiah 315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born May 1, 1852: died April 22, 1899: married, 1st, January 12, 
1876, Agnes G. Williamson, born about September 20, 1854, died 
July 2, 1889, daughter of Thomas J. Williamson, of Philadelphia. 
He married, 2d, November 5, 1890, Mary Louise Gregory, born 
March 28, 1849, in East Chester, N. Y., died June 19, 1893, i n 
Catskill, N. Y., daughter of Dr. Joseph S. and Josephine Adeline 
(Goodwin) Gregory. 



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Children of Egbert H. Wynkoop : 

1729. Francis: b. Sept. 15, 1877. 

1730. Peter S. 

173 1. Percy. 

1505. James Wynkoop, (Henry 994, Judge Henry 552, Heze- 
kiah 315, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born 
October 28, 1856: married, December 10, 1879, Ella Baurhyte, 
of Catskill. 

Child of James and Ella Wynkoop : 

1732. Esther Brown: b. Oct. 3, 1880. 

1507. Clarence Hendricks, (Harriet A. Wynkoop 1002, 
Tjerck 561, Henry 317, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cor- 
nelius 1,) born September 29, 1856: married Maria V. Luther, 
born April 7, i860, daughter of Henry and Isadora (Gibbs) 
Luther. They lived in Saugerties, N. Y. 

Children of Clarence and Maria V. Hendricks: 

1733. Frederick M. Hendricks :b. Oct. 27, 1880: d. Sept. 27, 1882. 

1734. Clarence A. Hendricks: b. Mch. 11, 1885. 

1508. Joseph W. Burhans, (Eliza C. Wynkoop 1003, Tjerck 
561, Henry 317, Evert 132, Hezekiah 39, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) 
born May 9, 1852: married Millie Montgomery, born February 
10, 1858, daughter of Dr. J. and Jane E. (McGlesshan) Mont- 
gomery. They lived in Saugerties, N. Y. 

Child of Joseph W. and Millie Burhans : 

1735. Marion M. Burhans: b. Oct. 22, 1880. 

1528. Ella Olinda Wynkoop, (James R. 1047, David 646, John 
370, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius 1,) born July 19, 
1855: married Oliver Langmate. 

Children of Oliver and Ella O. (W.) Langmate: 

1736. Burt Langmate. 

1737. Willis Langmate. 

1738. Clinton Langmate. 

1739. Theodore Langmate. 

1740. Eunice Langmate. 

1614. George Campbell Wynkoop, (Lieut. Nicholas 1227, 
Gen'l George C. 725, Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 
46, Gerret, 5, Cornelius 1,) born Oct. 29, 1853: married, March 
12, 1873, Ellie Kelley, born January 27, 1855, daughter of Daniel 
and Mary (Kennedy) Kelley. They live in Gloucester City, N. J. 

Children of George C. and Ellie Wynkoop: 



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1 741. George Campbell: b. Nov. 3, 1874. 

1742. Ellie: deceased. 

1743. Mary Amanda: deceased. 

1744. Annie: deceased. 

1745. Mary Amanda. 
1745A. Beatrice. 

1659. William Austin Macy, M.D. (Josiah H. 1396, Jonathan 
H. Stanton 815, Richard 458, Maria Wynkoop 206, Capt. Cor- 
nelius C. 65, Cornelius 9, Maj. Johannes 2, Cornelius i,) born 
July 4, 1862, in Harrison, N. Y. : married, September 3, 1889, 
Marion Wright, daughter of Charles and Mary Anna (Byrnes) 
Wright, of New Rochelle, N. Y. 

They live in Willard, Seneca County, N. Y., where Dr. Macy 
is Medical Superintendent of the Willard State Hospital. 

Children of Dr. William A. and Marion Macy: 

1746. Marion Marjorie Macy: b. June 12, 1890, New Rochelle. 

1747. Anna Kathryn Macy: b. June 21, 1892, New York. 

1748. Helena Macy: b. Aug. 22, 1894: d. in 1897. 

1749. Charles Macy: b. Jan. 14, 1896, New York. 

1750. William Alexander Macy: b. July 15, 1898, Ovid, N. Y. 

1 75 1. Alan Emmet Macy: b. June 9, 1900. 

1671. Theodore Robert Shear, (Harriet W. Packard 141 1, 
Sarah Wynkoop 886, Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 
112, Cornelius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born March 25, 1847, in 
Albany, N. Y. : married, October 21, 1874, in New York City, 
Mary Louise Quackenbos, born April 24, 1850, daughter of 
George Payn Quackenbos, LL.D., and Louise B. Duncan. He 
was graduated at Union College, in 1868. For fifteen years, he 
was associated in law business with Wilson M. Powell, in the 
City of New York: and, since, has practiced law independently. 

Children of Theodore R. and Mary L. Shear: 

1752. George Payn Quackenbos Shear: b. Mch. 2, 1876, in New 
York City: d. August 26, 1899, at the summer home of the 
family, Lake Sunapee, N. H. He was an amiable and 
conscientious young man. 

1753. Frederic Duncan Shear: b. Nov. 10, 1878: he is with the 
Sicilian Asphalt Company, New York City. 

1754. Theodore Leslie Shear: b. Aug. 11, 1880: was graduated 
at the New York University, in June, 1900, at the head of 
his class, besides taking prizes to the amount of $930: is 



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now pursuing a post-graduate course at the Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore. 

1755. Louise Quackenbos Shear: b. Oct. 26, 1881. 

1687. Hubert Schuurman Wynkoop, (Richard 1428, Rev. 
Richard 891, Peter 510, Judge Dirck 292, Capt. Evert 112, Corne- 
lius 28, Evert 4, Cornelius 1,) born September 20, 1866, in 
Yonkers, N. Y. : married, June 24, 1890, in Mount Vernon, N. Y., 
Sarah Matilda Zabriskie, born January 27, 1868, daughter of 
Josiah H. and Sarah Matilda (Mandeville) Zabriskie. He was 
entered at the Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, in 1875, and was 
graduated, in 1884, and entered the Stevens Institute of Tech- 
nology, Hoboken, N. J., from which he was graduated, as me- 
chanical engineer, in 1888. In the year mentioned last, he was 
with the Leonard & Izard Company, electrical engineers, in 
Minneapolis, Minn.: was transferred, in 1889, to Chicago, 
and, in December, 1890, to San Francisco, Cal., as assistant 
district engineer of the Edison General Electric Company. In 
August, 1 89 1, he was transferred, in the same capacity, to 
Atlanta, Ga., and so remained until April, 1892. As the result 
of the absorption of that company by the Thomson-Houston 
Company, he became, in May, 1892, one of the railway experts 
of the General Electric Company, at Rome, Ga., and so remained 
until July, 1893, when he was dropped, with other employes. 

He was technical expert, and treasurer, of the Electrical and 
Mechanical Engineering Company, New York City, from April, 
1894, until June, 1895: and, in May, 1894, he became gas and 
electric inspector in the Department of City Works, Brooklyn. 

In 1898, he was placed at the head of the Bureau of Electricity 
and Gas, of the Department of Public Buildings, Lighting, and 
Supplies, in the Borough of Brooklyn. His title. (January, 
1902,) was Inspector in Charge of the Bureau of Electricity and 
Gas, Department of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity; and 
later it became Electrical Engineer. 

He joined Company A, 23d Reg., N. Y. N. Guard, and has 
risen to the rank of quartermaster-sergeant, battalion quarter- 
master, and regimental commissary, with the rank of captain. 

Children of Hubert S. and Sarah M. Wynkoop: 

1756. Marj orie Zabriskie : b. Aug. 31, 189 1, in Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

1757. Natalie: b. May 25, 1895, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1758. Ruth: b. Aug. 6, 1900, in Brooklyn. 



APPENDIX. 

A branch of the family has been found, but its connection with 
the main body has not been discovered. It began with: 

1759. John Wynkoop, whose wife was Anne McLure. There 
is obscurity as to their children. One correspondent, Schuyler 
Colfax Wynkoop, grandson through David, wrote of six sons 
and two or three daughters, named David, Matthew, William, 
Jacob, Isaac, Katharine, and Mary; but did not indicate David 
as eldest. He subsequently named them as David; William, m. 
Jane Armagust; Matthew, m. Mellinger Keady or Heady; Mar- 
garet, m. John Davis; Elizabeth, m. Owens; Martha, m. 

Smith ; and Isaac. 

An other correspondent, Cora May Hagaman, niece to Schuy- 
ler, mentions Matthew, Helen, William David, Isaac, Hettie Ann, 
Margaret, Elizabeth, and Martha Jane. 

David [1760] mentioned his father and mother, himself and 
brothers Matthew and William, and his uncle Isaac, and wrote 
that he had five sons and two daughters, living (March, 1891). 

John was a shoemaker, and lived near Boiling Springs, Pa., 
where he died in 1840, because of a fracture of his leg. 

Children of John and Anne Wynkoop : 
1760. David, b. Apl. 1821, in Kingston, Cumberland Co., Penn. : 
m. Jan. 5, 1847, Sarah Anne Hoover, b. May 8, 1826. He 
removed, about 1850, to La Porte, Ind., where he was 
engaged in the brick business, and in planting. He re- 
moved to Brenner, Doniphan County, Kansas, about 1869, 
and continued as a planter, and now lives at Atchison. 
Children of David and Sarah A. Wynkoop : 
1 76 1. Mary Anna: b. Nov. 15, 1848, Kingston, Penn.: m., 
Feb. 16, 1868, George Van Hagaman, and was living 
in La Porte, Ind., in 1891. Child: 
1762. Cora May Hagaman: living in Kansas City, Mo., 
in 1895. 
1763. Susanna R. 

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1764. John Hoover. 

1765. David McLure, Rev.: engaged in mission work, at 
Phoenix, Arizona, under the Presbyterian Board of 
Home Missions: b. Oct. 24, 1859: m.Mary Anna Dolly, 
b. Jan. 13, 1862 : they have no child. He was born 
at La Porte, Ind. : lived at Brenner, Kansas : was 
in Park College: kept store in Arizona, 1889-93 ; then 
entered the ministry: was married Dec. 25, 1882, at 
Parkville, Mo. 

1766. Albert L. 

1767. Schuyler Colfax. 

1768. Samuel M. 

1769. Matthew: m. Mellinger Keady or Heady. 

1770. William: m. Jane Armagust. 

1 77 1. Isaac; lives at Loraine, Whitney Co., Ind., and has sons, 
William and Robert or Albert, and a daughter. 

1772. Jacob (possibly.) 
177-3. Katharine " 

1774. Mary " 

1775. Helen 

1776. Margaret: m. John Davis. 

1777. Elizabeth: m. Owens. 

1778. Martha Jane: m. Smith. 

1779. Hettie Anne (possibly.) 

1780. (This number canceled.) 

1 78 1. John Wynkoop: upon his estate administration was 
granted, in 18 13, to his widow. He married, January 31, 1805, 
in Newtown, Bucks County, Penn., Catharine Suber, born in 

1773. died in 1820, daughter of John and Catharine (Van Hoorn) 
Suber. They lived in the neighborhood of Newtown, and had no 
child. "Probably, John Wynkoop had been married before." 
Catharine Suber had married, first, Isaiah Van Hoorn, by whom 
she had an only child, who was grandmother of R. Winder 
Johnson, of Philadelphia, from whom this account was received. 

There was an other branch of the family, living, about the 
period 1830 to 1840, near the southwesterly corner of Elk 
County, Penn., on a tributary of Toby Run, which is a branch 
of the Clarion River, about five miles from the Run. 

1782. Wynkoop, the head of this branch, is described as 



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a German, [Netherlander], from Philadelphia, and, before that, of 
some other place on the bank of the Delaware River. An ac- 
count of that region, and, incidentally, of the Wynkoops there, 
was given by E. L. Stratton, of Piney Plains, Rhea County, 
Penn., in the Forest and Stream, June 19, 1879, in an article 
entitled, Primitive Pennsylvania. Mr. Stratton wrote, subse- 
quently, to the compiler, as follows : 

"The steep mountain sides rushed down to the water's edge, 
leaving no river bottom, except in small patches, which were 
used for cabins and gardens, by the settlers, who had reached 
the region in dugouts. The men were noted for gigantic size, 
and muscular strength, as well as for honesty and integrity. 
They were ever ready to help a friend, and equally ready to fight 
an enemy. Twice a year, they cut white pine logs, upon the 
mountain side, and sliding them to the stream, they made them 
into rafts, which were floated to Pittsburg, where they found 
ready sale. . . . Wynecoop was a man of large intellect, 
with considerable historic knowledge, and rare conversational 
powers. His cabin door was open to every stray hunter. He 
was not himself a hunter; and it was often a subject of much 
wonder and speculation to the writer, what motive could have 
induced him to isolate himself and family, in the heart of such 
solitary wilds. His sons were special favorites among the 
hunters, who found their way to the cabin." His wife was 
living; and there were two sons : 

1783. Samuel: then about 13 years old. 

1784. Joseph: then about 11 years old. 



Still an other group of Wynkoops has been found, which the 
compiler has been unable to connect with the main body. They 
begin with : 

1785. Cornelius Wynkoop: born in Bucks County, Penn., his 
mother a Vandike: died about 1850, in Northampton township, 
in the same county. He was of Warminster. He married, 
December 24, 1801, Elizabeth Murray, daughter of Stephen 
Murray, of Horsham, Montgomery County, Penn. He and his 
wife lived at Horsham, for a few years, and then removed to 
Northampton, where he died some 20 years later. Their first 
five children were baptized on one day, November 7, 18 13, and a 



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sixth, November 27, 181 5, as per the records of the Neshaminy 
church. There were two more children, supposed to be younger. 
Children of Cornelius and Elizabeth Wynkoop : 

1786. Sarah: b. 1802: m. William Bennet. 

1787. Anne: b. Aug. 10, 1805 :m. John Bennet, brother to William. 

1788. Mary: b. Feb. 1, 1807: m. Abner Lubens. 

1789. Stephen M.: b. Oct. 24, 1809: d. aged about 23. 

1790. Jane: b. Mch. 1, 1812: m. John Hagerman [Hegeman], 
born in 1 8 10, in Horsham, died Mch. 1, 1874, in Solesbury, 
son of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Murray) Hagerman. 

1791. Elizabeth V.: b. July 11, 1815: m. William Knight. 

1792. James M. : m. Amy Ellen Hamilton, and lived in Horsham: 
he corresponded with the compiler. 

1793. Cornelius: died in 1859: his widow, Mrs. Margaret A. 
Wynkoop, was living in Cincinnati, in 1866. 



Other names of Wynkoops have been found, but their places, 
in this genealogy, have not been identified, and they will be given 
here in one group : 

1794. Garret Wynkoop and Phcebe Anderson : marriage bond, 
August 15, 1760. (N. Y. Mar. Bonds, iii., 255.) 

1795. Elias Wynkoop, m. September 8, 1764, Wynet Marris- 
ton. (Kaatsbaan church, N. Y.) 

1796. Evert Wynkoop and Mary Newkirk: marriage bond, 
October 17, 1865. (N. Y. Mar. Bonds, ix., 304.) 

1797. Thomas Wynkoop, as executor of the will of Abraham 
[52], made a contract for the sale of land in Delaware, July 21, 
1768, and the land was conveyed, June 25, 1789, by Phcebe 
Vining [174], and Benjamin Wynkoop [175], to Nehemiah Carey. 
(Lewes, Del., Liber O, No. 14, fol. 168.) 

1798. Sarah Wynkoop m. James Craven, February 16, 1775, 
(Abington church record, Penn.) 

1799. Cornelius Wynkoop and Hannah Thomas: marriage 
bond, April 8, 1775. (Penn. Archives, 2d series, ii.) See below. 

1800. Cornelius Wynkoop m. Hannah Brower, April 10, 1775. 
(Abington church record.) See above. 

1801. Henry Wynkoop and Mary Elizabeth Reinholdt: mar- 
riage bond, August 10, 1775. (Penn. Archives.) 

1802. Gerrit Wynkoop and Annatje Meyer had a child: 
1803. Martje, bp. October 7, 1776. (Kaatsbaan church record.) 



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1804. Catharine Wynkoop and Zelotas Watson had a child: 
1805. Catharine, baptized January 14, 1783. {First Settlers of 
Albany County, Pearson, p. 147.) 

1806. Wynkoop had a child baptized March 25, 1783, 

born March 2. {Trinity Church, Wilmington, Del., "Old Swedes 
Church" p. 655.) 

1807. Peter Wynkoop married Hannah Gorham, December 
25, 1808. {N. Y. Genealogical and Biog. Record, xv., 137.) 

1808. Lorinda Wynkoop married John C. Hertell, December 
20, 1820, both of Saugerties. (Kaatsbaan church record, N. Y.) 

1809. Cornelius Wynkoop married Helen Schoonmaker, May 
20, 1827. (Marbletown church record, N. Y.) 

18 10. Jacobus Wynkoop and Catharine Besemire had a child: 
181 1. Catharine Schoonmaker, born May 19, 183 1, baptism 
recorded in the Rochester church, Ulster County, N. Y. 

18 1 2. Charlotte Wynkoop married Charles Smith, of Sauger- 
ties, March 27, 1841. {Catskill Messenger, N. Y.) 

18 13. George Wynkoop and Mary Anne Davis had a child: 
1814. Mary Bugbee, born June 30, 1841: baptism recorded in 
the Hurley church, N. Y. 

18 1 5. Gertrude Wynkoop died June 27, 1867, in Albany, 
N. Y., aged 58. {Collections on the History of Albany, Munsell, 
iii., 366.) 

1816. Henry J. Wynkoop, aged 24, Elmira, N. Y., 3 months, 
13th Regiment, Comp. A, Capt. Robert F. Taylor, May 14, 
1861. {N. Y. Muster Rolls.) This is the Henry J. Wynkoop 
who is mentioned in the Introduction. 

18 17. James Wynkoop, aged 44, N. Adams, 3 years, 1st Regi- 
ment, N. Y. Chasseurs, Comp. B, Capt. David Miller, August 3, 
1861. {Ibid.) 

18 18. Joshua Wynkoop, aged 29, Albany, 3 years, 113th 
Regiment, Comp. F., Capt. R. A. Bell, August 4, 1862. {Ibid.) 

18 19. Henry Wynkoop, aged 21, N. Y., 3 years, 13 2d Regiment 
[2d Reg. Empire Brigade], Comp. G., Capt. D. W. Fisk, Col. P. 
J. Claassen, August 8, 1862. {Ibid.) 

1820. Alexander Wynkoop, aged 22, Gardiner, 3 years, 156th 
Regiment, Comp. A., Capt. Ferdinand Griggs, Col. Erastus 
Cooke, August 22, 1862. {Ibid.) 

1821. James Wynkoop, aged 18, New Paltz, August 25, 1862, 
in the same company. {Ibid.) 



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1822. Jacob Wynkoop, Gardiner, 3 years, same regiment, 
Comp. E., Capt. M. S. Ewen, September 23, 1862. {Ibid.) 

1823. Joshua Wynkoop: his wife Amelia: living at 20 Silver 
Street, New Haven, Conn., in September, 1890: one child mar- 
ried, aged 26: three children at home, aged, respectively, 17, 13, 
and 11. He sold safes for many years, and sewing machines, 
afterwards. He had removed from a country town, into New 
Haven, two or three years before. Children: 

1824. : born about 1864: m. . 

1825. Minnie: born about 1873. 

1826. (A son): born about 1877. 

1827. (A daughter): born about 1879. 

1828. Elizabeth Wynkoop and Jabez Munson had a child: 
1829. Isaac Davenport Munson, born Jan. 13, 1833; baptism re- 
corded in the Rochester church, Ulster County, N. Y.